The Trust for Public Land, Superior Arts Partner for Environmental Justice Town Hall

The Trust for Public Land is proud to partner with Superior Arts Institute in hosting a premier of “Town Hall: Resolution 50” a theatrical and film production on the lived experiences of environmental racism in Camden based on the stories of real Camden residents.  

The community event seeks to recognize the history of environmental injustice and current conditions affecting residents today while sparking dialogue on how to organize and move towards a more just Camden. 

Following the Town Hall, attendees are invited to a viewing of “Through April’s Eyes,” a social justice short film inspired by the personal stories of resistance and resilience of Camden residents in the face of environmental hazards that threaten their streets and parks, air, water systems, and overall quality of life. 

What: Town Hall: Resolution 50 – a theatrical and film production on the experiences of environmental racism felt by residents of Camden, N.J. And short film inspired by personal stories of residents facing environmental injustice.  

Who: The Trust for Public Land and Superior Arts are hosting the premiere, but the performances will be put on by local actors. TPL’s Camden Program Director, Danielle Denk, will be in attendance for media interviews or to learn more about our programmatic work.  

When: The performance will take place on October 23, 2021 at 2 p.m. ET 

Where: North Gate Park, 600 Elm Street in Camden, New Jersey. 


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