Winona LaDuke: Food Security In A Time Of Climate Change
As part of the SPS Elevate Speaker Series, you’re invited to join SPS in conversation with environmental activist Winona LaDuke, moderated by Lynnette Widder, Associate Professor of Professional Practice at Columbia University. Winona LaDuke is the Executive Director for Honor the Earth and is an internationally renowned activist working on issues of sustainable development renewable energy and food systems. She lives and works on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota, and is a two-time vice presidential candidate with Ralph Nader for the Green Party.
Topics of conversation will include Ms. LaDuke’s farm and agricultural endeavors, her organization’s current environmental and land rights activism, and issues surrounding food security and infrastructure in this time of climate change. Ms. LaDuke will also engage in an audience Q&A.
Open to all CU Affiliates and the public.
About the SPS Elevate Speaker Series
Through their degree programs, SPS students become masters of their respective fields and industries. Our Fall 2021 Elevate Speaker Series looks to empower SPS Students outside of the classroom, preparing students to navigate the complexities of entrepreneurship, activism, sustainable finance, identity, the media landscape, and overcoming life’s challenges. Learn more about this five-part, virtual series and RSVP on SPS Engage!
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