Want to get more involved in Austin’s local environmental justice movement? Then be sure to check out Huston-Tillotson University‘s fourth annual “Building Green Justice Forum” on Thursday, September 28th.
This year’s theme is “Organic Activistology.” At the event, the university will be inviting presenters and participants to reflect on their roles as organic activists – thinkers and doers who reflect their community’s history, values, and knowledge and who engage to direct the community as leaders and organizers.
The keynote speaker will be Mustafa Santiago Ali, the senior vice president of climate, environmental justice, and community revitalization with the Hip Hop Caucus and former assistant associate administrator for environmental justice and senior advisor for environmental justice and community revitalization at the EPA.
The entire event is free and open to the public. You can RSVP here>>