A number of Duke alumni have shared concerns about a letter to the editor that was published in the Winter 2020 issue of Duke Magazine.
Read our statement.
A number of Duke alumni have shared concerns about a letter to the editor that was published in the Winter 2020 issue of Duke Magazine.
Read our statement.

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Date: Thursday, April 8, 2021 | 07:00 pm EDT

Price: Free

Location:  Virtual
Washington, District Of Columbia United States


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As the Duke community continues to focus on the significant and often intertwined challenges of racial equity and a changing climate, we have the opportunity to hear from alumni working at the intersection of these issues.

Join the Nicholas School of the Environment, Duke Black Alumni DC and Duke DC Women of Color Coalition for a panel discussion moderated by Saiontoni Sarkar B.S.'10 with Duke alumni Esi Langston B.S.'09, M.E.M.'13, Trey Sherard B.S.'05 and Cherie Wilson M.E.M.'15, whose work focuses on advancing environmental equity on national, regional, and local scales. The panelists will discuss the successes and roadblocks they’ve faced working on these issues, and share best practices, ideas, and examples for how environmental justice can be incorporated into your own life, community, or workplace.

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