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Wednesday, February 15, 2023 12:30pm to 1:30pm

1350 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138

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Youth have fueled many of the social justice movements we benefit from today including the Chicano Rights Movement, the Civil Rights Movement, and the March for Our Lives. This continues today as young activists are using their platforms to educate and advance EDIB in our communities, locally and nationally. Join us for a panel discussion highlighting the transformative work of young activists that are pushing for climate justice, disability rights, mental health care, and the celebration of indigenous history and culture. This session will be hosted in person and will be live-streamed for virtual engagement.

Refreshments and free book provided. 

Presented by:

Britt Dorton, Law Fellow at the Coehlo Center for Disability Law, Policy, and Innovation

Osasenaga Idahor, Harvard College | Class of 2025

Sameer Jha, Founder of the Empathy Alliance

Kara Roselle Smith, Afro-Indigenous Writer, Creative, and Model


Moderated by:

Sunn m'Cheaux, Professor of Gullah, The African Language Program at Harvard

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