Though scientists (and people with eyes and brains) can see the devastating impact climate change has had on the world already, our Denier-in-Chief and his pal Scott Pruit are dead set on gutting the EPA -- and letting big polluters do their thing.
Coming out of a practically snow-free Chicago winter, we thought it would be a good idea to confront the issues facing our planet by bringing on women who have been working for decades on everything from endangered species to contaminated water in Flint, Michigan.
On April 28, we’ll welcome Nicole Cantello, an attorney for the EPA focused on water enforcement and Felicia Chase, an EPA water expert who witnessed the lead tragedy in Flint firsthand.
Join us, and find out what you can do to demand accountability from our elected officials locally and nationally on these life-or-death issues.
What is The Girl Talk, you ask? It's a monthly show on the last Tuesday of the month hosted by women and featuring influential Chicago women. Though the show features women and femme-identified individuals on stage, we welcome all gender identities and expressions to join us for these important conversations.