Environmental Justice: Then and Now
Take a look at the past, present, and future of the Environmental Justice movement.Delegates to the First National People of Color Environmental Leadership Summit held on October 24-27, 1991, in Washington DC, drafted and adopted 17 principles of Environmental Justice. Since then, The Principles have served as a defining document for the growing grassroots movement for environmental justice.Join the Tishman Environment and Design Center on the 25th anniversay of the adoption of The Principles as we examine the progress of the Environmental Justice movement and discuss what is yet to be achieved.Featuring:Maya Wiley, Senior Vice President for Social Justice & Henry Cohen Professor of Urban Policy and Management Mia White, Assistant Professor of Environmental StudiesMindy Fullilove, Professor of Urban Policy and HealthAna Baptista, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice in Environmental Policy and Sustainability Management & Associate Director of the Tishman Environment and Design CenterModerated by: Michelle DePass, Dean of the Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy Tishman Professor of Environmental Policy and Management Director of the Tishman Environment and Design Center This event is part of the Nth Degree Series: Creative Minds Creating Change. For more information, visit the series website. SubscribeEvent TypeLectures and Panel DiscussionsAudienceGeneral PublicCenterTishman Environment and Design CenterSchoolSchools of Public Engagement, Milano School of International Affairs, Management, and Urban PolicyThemeCities and Urbanism, Humanity, Society, Social Justice, Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change, International and Global, Politics, Policy and Government, Intellectual Culture and Big Ideas, Creativity and Innovation, Nth DegreeTopicEnvironmental Studies, History, Urban Design, Development and Policy, Social Justice, Climate Change, Race and Ethnicity, Liberal StudiesCostAdmission Free; registration required at the top right button.
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