Damn Smith, 54, founder of Black Voices for Peace and executive director of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, died of colon cancer on May 6, 2006, in Washington, D.
What does NBEJN stand for?
NBEJN stands for National Black Environmental Justice Network (Washington, DC)
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- Non-Bell Exchange Carrier
- Normal Bronchial Epithelial Cell (oncology)
- New Brunswick East Coast Railway (Canada)
- National Board of Economic Defence (National Emergency Supply Agency; Finland)
- National Board of Employment Education and Training (Australia)
- National Bowhunter Education Foundation
- Neuberger Berman Equity Funds (investment company)
- NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) Bioscience and Engineering Institute
- New Brunswick Environment Industry Association (Canada)
- National Business Economic Issues Council
- Nebraska Board of Examiners for Land Surveyors (Lincoln, NE)
- New Brunswick Emergency Measures Organization (Canada)
- Narrow Band Emergency Messaging Software (amateur radio software)
- National Broadband Experimental Network
- New Brunswick Environmental Network (Waterford, New Brunswick, Canada)
- Northeast Business Environmental Network
- Nasal Breathing with External Nasal Dilator Strip
- National Board of Examiners in Optometry
- Nano-Bioengineering Education Program (University of Tokyo, Japan)
- Narragansett Bay Estuary Program (Rhode Island)
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Robert Bullard, professor at Clark Atlanta University, will speak, as will Damu Smith, director of the National Black Environmental Justice Network, and SFSU professor Raquel Rivera Pinderhughes.
Founding Campaign members include Alliance for a Healthy Tomorrow, Breast Cancer Fund, Commonweal, Friends of the Earth, Women's Voices for the Earth, Environmental Working Group, National Black Environmental Justice Network and the National Environmental Trust.