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Visit our events page to learn more about our upcoming tour of Delano, the birthplace of the farmworkers' rights movement!

◊ 3.25.14 Spring Luncheon a Success!

◊ 10.5.13 CRPE's hazardous waste bill signed into law!

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This Earth Day Eat, Drink, & be Green with CRPE We're excited to be a part of this year's Broccoli City Festival in both DC and Los Angeles! This bicoastal urban Earth Day event promotes living a healthier more environmentally sustainable lifestyle in cool and relevant ways such as performances and cooking classes for all ages. Well-known entertainers, athletic trainers, and chefs are coming together for one common goal: Broccoli City understands we are sharing one Earth and we must take care of it and ourselves. Read the Full Story
We're moving to Oakland! On May 1st, our San Francisco office will relocate to our new home at 1999 Harrison St., Suite 650, Oakland, CA 94612. Although we are moving offices, our goals – and phone numbers - remain the same as we represent and empower underserved communities in California and across the country. We look forward to continuing our work and expanding our collaborations across the Bay! Read the Full Story
Explore Farmworker History with CRPE CRPE is excited to be hosting a tour of Delano exploring its rich farmworker history. In 1965 Mexican-American and Filipino-American farmworkers in Delano joined forces to strike for better working conditions. As the strike gained national attention, Delano became the epicenter of the worker’s rights movement. Join us as we visit the historical sites of Delano, led by CRPE staff who got their start organizing in the United Farm Workers Union (UFW) alongside Cesar Chavez.  Read the Full Story
Activists Rally to Demand End to Fracking On March 15th, thousands of activists descended on California's State Capitol in the largest anti-fracking demonstration in state history to call on Governor Brown to sign a moratorium on fracking. Organized by Californians Against Fracking and supported by countless organizations, CPRE's Madeline Stano and Lupe Martinez served as the rally MCs, which also featured speakers from our communities in the Central Valley fighting fracking on the frontlines.
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The Center on Race, Poverty & the Environment is a national environmental justice organization providing legal, organizing, and technical assistance to grassroots groups in low-income communities and communities of color. We are driven by the belief that all people have the right to live, work, play and pray in a healthy environment, regardless of their race, place or income.