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Heat Advisory: Protecting Health on a Warming Planet
by Dr. Alan Lockwood

Drawing on peer-reviewed scientific and medical research, Dr. Lockwood meticulously details the symptoms of climate change and their medical side effects.

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Women's March on Washington

January 21, 2017
Washington, District of Columbia

Join PSR in Washington, DC on Saturday, January 21st for the Women's March on Washington to speak out for women's rights, health rights, and environmental justice.

We will be meeting at 9th & Independence SW, across the street from the Hirshhorn Museum on the grassy south side of Independence, and just east of 9th St. It's best to approach from the south side. (Closest Metro is L'Enfant Plaza.) Look for the PSR banner.

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Or join your local chapter for one of the events around the country:

Tucson, AZ
We will march to the Joel D. Valdez library plaza and join up with the Tucson Solidarity Rally. Armory Park 222 South 5th Ave.

Des Moines, IA
The Iowa march and rally will take place at 11 am at the Iowa State Capitol.

PSR/New Mexico
Santa Fe, NM
The March starts at noon (MST), begins at the Bataan State Office Bldg, winds around the Plaza, and ends at the Roundhouse State Capitol.

Oregon PSR
Portland, OR
Oregon PSR will co-sponsor the Portland Women's March. Noon - 3:00 pm at 2 SW Naito Pkwy. "Gather and Welcome" at noon, march beginning at 12:20 pm, and rally at 1:30 pm.

Washington PSR
Seattle, WA
WPSR will be joining the Women's March on Seattle, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm at Judkins Park, 2150 S Norman St. RSVP here.

More local actions to be added soon.




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