The Roots, Experiences, and Future of Climate Justice

Actions Panel

The Roots, Experiences, and Future of Climate Justice

Join for a discussion about the roots of the climate justice movement and reflections on how to create an equitable and actionable future.

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Location

Gross Hall 140 Science Drive Durham, NC 27708

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About this event

Ahmadieh Family Auditorium (Gross Hall 107) at Duke University + Livestream

Join for a discussion about the roots of the climate justice movement and reflections on how to create an equitable and actionable vision of climate justice. Gabriela Nagle Alverio (JD/PhD Candidate at Duke) will moderate the panel featuring:

  • William Barber III (Director of Climate and Environmental Justice at The Climate Reality Project and Founder of Rural Beacon Initiative)
  • Jennifer Hadden (Associate Professor in the Department of Government & Politics at the University of Maryland)
  • Yumna Kamel (Co-founder of Earth Refuge)

To-go lunch will be provided after the panel discussion. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options available.

As you register, please select if you plan to attend in person or virtually:

  • For those attending virtually, the livestream link will be shared via email on the morning of September 30.
  • In-person attendees, please find parking information here. The closest visitor lot to the venue is the Science Drive Visitor lot.

This event is part of Duke University's celebration of the 40th anniversary of the Environmental Justice Movement and is possible thanks to our partners: Duke Human Rights Center at the Franklin Humanities Institute, Earth Refuge, the Rural Beacon Initiative, and the Nicholas Institute for Energy, Environment & Sustainability. ​Additional details about the event and panelists are available here.

Free