When: Thu., Sept. 25, 7 p.m. 2014
Jerome Ringo: The New Color of Green
Race, Climate Change and Environment Justice
Jerome Ringo is the past chairperson of the National Wildlife Federation, the first African American to hold a prestigious position in a major conservation organization. Based in Louisiana, Ringo is now a nationally known advocate for environmental justice.
Denise Abdul-Rahman, Environmental Climate Justice Chair, NAACP
Andrea Boesak, student at International School of Indiana
Mat Davis, poet