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Climate Justice Series | “How are the Guyanese People Fighting for Ecological Survival?”

Wed, November 30th, 2022
3:00 pm
- 4:00 pm

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Melinda Janki, International human rights and environmental lawyer

The climate crisis is on everybody’s minds. Unbearable heat waves, intense droughts, frightening wildfires and extreme flooding affect the world over. In this series, Africana Studies at Williams College will provide important opportunities to think more deeply about and for students to learn about and take an active role in addressing the climate crisis.

This Climate Justice Series comprises student-centered seminars, discussions, film screenings, and other activities with scholars, activists, practitioners, artists and performers to support collaborative learning and dialogue about the climate crisis.

Register in advance: https://williams.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJIkcuutqz0tHNInXrporm0FEvOvcXNS5dow
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