Closing Event for Sustainable Communities Track

Centering Racial Equity in Equitable and Sustainable Development

This event is not until next Monday, the 20th, but we are so excited about it that we wanted to be sure you get it on your calendars early! In this moment, many of us are seeking to learn more about the roots of racial inequity, in Atlanta and beyond. This panel discussion on July 20 at 5:00pm will explore the many intersections between racial equity and equitable and sustainable development here in Atlanta and globally. Three dynamic professionals will discuss how and why racial equity is central to the mission of their work and how their organizations are responding to the growing movement for racial justice in the U.S. They will help participants understand why advancing racial equity is central to advancing equitable and sustainable development.

Here is the BlueJeans link!

Panelists:

Nicole Moore

Director of Education, National Center for Civil and Human Rights

Odetta MacLeish-White

Managing Director of the TransFormation Alliance

Carol Hunter

Executive Director of Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture

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