ClimateTalks: Environment is Consequence

ENVIRONMENT is CONSEQUENCE
Moving from negative externalities to mutual empowerment
Jan. 20, 2011

For the 2011 Freedom School Sessions, I have the privilege of hosting a seminar discussion on the themes and concepts from my essay “Environment is Consequence”. The argument is not that we are free of responsibility for environmental impacts, but rather that everything we do helps to shape and determine what will occur in the wider environment. We are the environment, and the environment lives within us as much as it does outside our bodies and our minds.

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—Joseph Robertson

Dr. King spoke at Villanova on Jan. 20, 1965FREEDOM SCHOOL SESSIONS
Seminars, Lectures & Roundtables to Commemorate the Social Justice Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Event date: Thurs., Jan. 20, 2011
Location: Connelly Center

Villanova University will host its annual Freedom School in observance of the memory and legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Thursday, January 20, 2011—45 years to the day after Dr. King’s own address at Villanova. Freedom School sessions may cover a variety of topics such as:

  • civil and economic rights
  • environmental justice
  • immigration
  • the possibilities and challenges of globalization
  • the rule of law and respect for human rights
  • affirmative action
  • education and social justice
  • peacebuilding and peacemaking
  • nonviolence and nonviolent social change
  • sins of racism and white supremacy

Each session lasts about an hour, and sessions run in line with our regular class schedule (10:00 and 11:30 am;1:00 and 2:30 pm).

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