LOCCA is proud to be the host venue for this very important event sponsored by T.E.J.A.S.: Texas Environmental Advocacy Services. T.E.J.A.S. will be discussing new strategies for air quality testing in the wake of Harvey and the chemical disasters along the Bayou. They are looking for active participants in the Magnolia area of Houston. Magnolia, located in the East End, is a predominately Hispanic and Immigrant community. This community is adversely affected by the petro-chemical plants that surround them along Buffalo Bayou. Please feel free to attend and hear from one of Houston's pre-imminent environmental justice groups. Pizza and refreshments will be served. This event of FREE and open to all ages. See the details below and attached. Look forward to seeing you!
What: WRISTBAND DETECT CHEMICALS: Community Meeting about Optional Wristband study
When: Thurs., Nov. 30th
Location: L.O.C.C.A.: The Law Office Center for Citizenship and Art
7016 Canal, Houston, TX 77011
Neighbors from the Magnolia Community and surrounding areas in East Houston are invited to attend a community gathering to know about a wristband study to detect organic chemicals.
-Information about environmental chemical exposures
-Pizza for First 100 Attendees
-Description of Optional Scientific Study Using Wristbands
-Attendees May Join Wristband Study (Optional)
-$10/$20 Gift Cards for Participation & Completion
-Wear Comfortable Waterproof Bracelet for 7 Days
-Bracelet is Tested for Various Organic Chemicals
-Opt-In to Receive Individual Confidential Report
In cooperation with the Texas A&M Health Science Center