Are you interested in environmental, social, and economic issues generally and justice, specifically? Community members and faculty and staff from Georgetown University will talk about environmental social, and economic themes in the context of the Anacostia River and surrounding neighborhoods Friday, April 7 from 9:00 am-2:00 pm at Anacostia Public Library (1800 Good Hope Rd SE). The community is encouraged to attend. Registration (required) is free.
The workshop will feature talks and reflections from faculty experts and community leaders and the event is being designed to place an emphasis on an exchange of ideas.
The event is sponsored by Georgetown University's Anacostia River and Surrounding Neighborhoods Collaborative, a working group of Georgetown University faculty and staff who are active in community-based research and engagement.