Young Leaders

The 46ers Film

The 46ers Film

  Film and discussion with producer/director Blake Cortright   Tuesday, May 15, 2018, 7:00 p.m. Reamer Auditorium, Union College   The 46ers is a feature film that captures the imagination and inspiration of those who know scaling the 46 Adirondack Mountain High Peaks in northern New York State as a life-changing experience. The film explores the history of the men and women of the 46ers, a group that supports the hiking and preservation of the high peaks through all seasons. As spectacular as the vistas are as seen atop the High Peaks including Marcy, Cascade and Porter, so...

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Environmental Justice & Racism in the Food System

Environmental Justice & Racism in the Food System

  Leah Penniman January 30, 2018, 12:45- 1:45 Reamer Auditorium   This event is sponsored by the Kelly Adirondack Center, the Multicultural Affairs Office, and the Sustainability Office.   It is free and open to the public!   For more information on Leah Penniman and Soul Fire please visit their website.  ...

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Color of Climate: The Changing Face of the American Environmental Movement

Color of Climate: The Changing Face of the American Environmental Movement

Tuesday, October 27 | 5:30 p.m. Nott Memorial | Union College | Free and open to the public as part of the Kelly Adirondack Center’s lecture series on Young leaders, diversity and the environment Dorien Paul Blythers will present From the Sierra Club to Silicon Valley, new and old efforts to diversify have taken center stage in the ever-amplified conversation on race relations in America. Recently, we’ve experienced what happens when diversity and environmental advocates join forces to address the diversity gap the green movement is experiencing. Millennial environmental organizer,...

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