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Author Archives: Kayhla Cornell

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  2. November Networker: Will you invest in the essential work of the Science and Environmental Health Network?

    Will you invest in the essential work of the Science and Environmental Health Network in this dark political and environmental time?   I want to make the case that SEHN is worthy of your investment as we develop and wield the powerful principles that can fundamentally shift policies from propping up the free market to…Read More →

  3. October Networker: The Story of Health

    Volume 22 (5) October, 2017 Friends of SEHN, Dr. Ted Schettler, SEHN’s Science Director has said that most people think of health as a feature of an individual. What if health is not simply our personal choices, but also an expression of our policies, the way we organize our communities, and how we use materials…Read More →

  4. A Soul Conversation with Ilene Evans

      “It has been a dark time”, the reverberations from Ilene Evan’s rich voice traveled through my telephone receiver and bounced around the four corners of my room to begin a one hour spoken word and song performance—a soul conversation.   Under the light of the silvery moon, Ilene led a group of us through…Read More →

  5. September Networker-Women’s Congress for Future Generations

    Show Up in a Different Way! Support the Work of SEHN and the Women’s Congress Networker: Volume 22 (4) September, 2017     Friends of SEHN, In two short months the third Women’s Congress for Future Generations will convene in Minneapolis MN. The Congress is a project of the Science and Environmental Health Network born…Read More →