Moms Clean Air Force (MCAF) is a community of 400,000+ parents working to combat air pollution and respond to the climate change crisis. The fast-growing non-profit leverages the power of citizen activism and social media to help raise awareness of the need for stricter laws regulating air pollution.
“Moms will do everything they can to keep their children safe and sound,” reports the group. “We look for the healthiest foods we can afford; we avoid toxic chemicals in our products. But there are some things we simply can’t buy. Clean air is one. We need job-creating regulations to assure that our children have clean air right now, and for their future.”
The Indiana Latino Institute (ILI) co-hosted a Latino Roundtable Conversation in Goshen on February 5 at 9 am at Abshire Cabin. Several community leaders were in Goshen were invited. ILI will provided a brief overview of their organization and then opened the floor to learn more about the unique challenges and opportunities facing the Latino community in Goshen. In the photo several of the attendees to the meeting.