As part of Earth Month activities, the Sustainability Office partnered with the Pride Center, Intertribal Student Council, Black Student Union, Leaders Igniting Transformation, and Cofrin Center for Biodiversity to present an “Environmental Justice Exhibit” on April 26, 2022 that explored intersectional environmentalism, environmental racism, speciesism, sexual diversity in nature, Indigenous leadership in environmental protection, disability justice within the climate justice movement, and more. Students, faculty, staff, and community members engaged in thoughtful conversations. The organizers plan to build on the event and host an expanded exhibit in Fall 2022 – please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in more information or to get involved.
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