Event Name

Why Campus Activism Matters Beyond College: Our Journeys from Campus to Community

Date

10-18-2017

Duration

2 hours 18 minutes 24 seconds

Format

MP4

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Public Accessible

Abstract

This talk was the keynote address at the first ever Change Now conference for students of color and underrepresented student groups in the Pacific Northwest. Alisha Agard '15, a Whitman sociology major, is now fellowship coordinator at the Seattle-based Washington Bus, a nonprofit that mobilizes young people statewide about politics and leadership. Ashley Hansack '15, a Whitman sociology-environmental studies major, is now a program associate at T.R.U.S.T South LA, a community-based effort to stabilize neighborhoods south of downtown Los Angeles. For more information see:

https://www.whitman.edu/newsroom/change-now

https://whitmanwire.com/news/2017/10/30/students-assemble-for-change/

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