There’s been a lot of media coverage on the potential dangers of pesticides, but what do the experts have to say?
Join us for the 19th national Our Community, Our Health town hall on August 29th, as our panel from FSU, UCLA, UF, and the Farmworker Association of Florida gather to discuss the impacts of pesticide exposure on human health.
We’ll discuss questions like:
- Do pesticides increase the risk of neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s?
- How are we exposed to pesticides?
- How can we protect ourselves in our own communities and while on the job?
Meet the experts:
• Jeff Bronstein, MD, PhD, Director, Movement Disorders Program and Professor of Molecular Toxicology, Neurology, UCLA
• Jeannie Economos, Pesticide Safety and Environmental Health Project Coordinator, Farmworker Association of Florida
• Joan Flocks, MA, JD, Director, Social Policy Division Center for Governmental Responsibility, Levin College of Law, UF
• Joe Grzywacz, PhD, Department Chair & Norejane Hendrickson Professor, College of Human Sciences, FSU
RSVP now and share with your friends.
- Time:Local reception begins at 5:30 p.m. EDT, town hall 6-7 p.m. EDT
- Location: HealthStreet, 2401 SW Archer Road, Gainesville, FL 32608
- RSVP: bit.ly/OCOHPEST
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For more information, visit MyHealthStreet.org
Interested in hosting a viewing party at your location?
• You can set up a participating event for community members in your area to have their voices heard!
• Using the livestream link your local community members can participate in our town hall discussion and send in questions via text messaging and social media.
• We encourage you to invite experts or researchers from your local CTSA to have an in-person reception from 5:30 to 6 p.m. EDT before the national event.
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