“The Reeves family has worked over generations to ameliorate harms and create opportunities in Grays Ferry, a predominantly Black community directly next to the refinery’s old north yard. As part of their efforts to demand a more just future for their families and community in the wake of the final refinery explosion in 2019, Mr. and Mrs. Charles and Tammy Reeves have partnered with PPEH to share their perspectives on living with a refinery through the sharing of oral histories (collected in Schuylkill River & Urban Waters Research Corps Archive’s Grays Ferry Oral Histories Project) and through collaboration with visual artist Amy Balkin….
This event recognizes International Open Access Week October 24-29, which this year has the theme, Open for Climate Justice. Tonight’s event is sponsored by the Penn Libraries and the Penn Program in Environmental Humanities. …”