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The Color of Water: A Teach-in on Flint, Michigan

This event has already taken place, please don't try to go to it!

Please join the The Africana Studies Program, The Sustainability Collaborative and The American Studies Program for an important conversation about the crisis in Flint, Michigan. Several experts in environmental justice and ecological issues will help lead the discussion:

Dimple Chaudhary, lead litigator for the Flint Litigation Team of the National Resources Defense Council 

Jacqueline Patterson, Director of the NAACP's Environmental and Climate Justice Program

Royce Francis,  Assistant Professor of Engineering, leader of SEEDS, The Strategic [Urban] Ecologies, Engineering and Decision-Making Group and specialist in water infrastructure

Trey Sherard, Outreach Director, Anacostia Riverkeeper

Andrew Seifter, Climate and Energy Program Director, Media Matters

For questions or more information, please contact Dr. Jennifer James.

Event Date and Time: 
Monday, February 29, 2016 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Event Location: 
Gelman Library, Room 702
Event Type: 
GWorld Cardholders
Event Format: 
Panel Discussion
RSVP Required: 
No RSVP required for this event
Sponsors: 
The Africana Studies Program, The Sustainability Collaborative and The American Studies Program

Please see our Upcoming Events page or our Archive of Past Events for a complete list of events in the GW Libraries.

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