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Racial justice


Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History



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Speaker: Amara lfeji, first-year student, Northeastern University; Grassroots Development Coordinator, Maine Environmental Education Association

In this talk, Amara lfeji will speak to her lived experiences as a BIPOC (black, Indigenous, and people of color) individual, the marginalization she faced in fostering a connection to place with the environment, and how her self-sought passion for water justice led her to not only foster this connection herself, but to also serve as a conduit for other BIPOC and female-identifying students like herself.


Racial Justice_Mitchell Center_2021_02_19

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