An evening of connection and understanding around the intersectional nature of climate change

Photography and videography is prohibited at this event.

On Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024, at 5:30 p.m. in the Student Union Ballroom, Vice Chair of the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council Catherine Coleman Flowers delivers a keynote address as part of the College of Humanities & Fine Arts (HFA) Black History Month celebration

A cross-campus collaboration, the talk will highlight the intersectional nature of climate change by centering racial, economic and health inequities as they relate to our changing planet.

Associate Dean Cara Takakjian will provide a welcome; Dean Joye Bowman will provide an introduction; and Malcolm Sen, associate professor in the Department of English, will moderate the Q&A.

Sincere thank you to our event sponsors:

  • Center for Agriculture, Food, and the Environment (CAFE)
  • Clean Energy Extension
  • College of Natural Sciences
  • College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • Commonwealth Honors College
  • Graduate School
  • Isenberg School of Management
  • Office of Equity and Inclusion
  • Office of the Provost
  • School of Earth and Sustainability
  • School of Public Health and Health Sciences
  • Women in Leadership
  • Toko Lecture Fund by College of Humanities & Fine Arts