Addressing Environmental Justice Issues In The 21st Century
Saturday, March 31, 2007
Diane Bodman Said She Thoroughly Enjoyed the Conference
Lessie Price, Diane Bodman, John Rosenthall, Melinda Downing
Diane Bodman was right at home. Clearly she is the power that propelled her other half. Mrs. Bodman attended the "Environmental Justice and Nuclear Power" Roundtable. She also attended other sessions and discussed the details of the conference with Kurt Schmoke, Dean of the Howard Law School and one of the conveners of the conference. Mrs. Bodman was very interested in the issues presented at the conference. She questioned participants about the issues covered in the sessions. Her interest and participation are greatly appreciated. We are delighted that she participated in the conference and had a great experience. We hope she will return next year. And maybe this time she will be a panelist or moderator for one of the sessions. Pictured: Lessie Price, Manager, Community Assistance Department, Washington Savannah River Company, prime contractor for DOE's Savannah River Site in Aiken, S.C.
Pictured: Melinda Downing, Environmental Justice Program Manager, U.S. Department of Energy