The Common Good
May 2009

Audio Interview with Charlotte Brody

by Jeannie Choi | May 2009

Charlotte Brody, a former registered nurse, is a long-time activist who has spent much of her life fighting for reform in the health care industry.

Charlotte Brody, a former registered nurse, is a long-time activist who has spent much of her life fighting for reform in the health care industry. She is the co-founder of Health Care Without Harm, an international coalition of more than 440 organizations in more than 50 countries working to instill environmental practices that are less harmful to the world and the people living in it. Listen in as she talks about why she joined Green for All and how spirituality influences the work they do.

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