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The UCSB Blum Center on Poverty, Inequality, and Democracy, in partnership with the Fund for Santa Barbara and Clue Santa Barbara, are hosting a virtual panel discussion on the Green New Deal on Wednesday, February 24th at 6PM. The aim of this public forum is to deepen our conversation about how effective the Green New Deal has been, discuss its promise to help plan for a post-pandemic world, and examine how the current socio-political environment helps or hinders our collective ability to work towards transformational environmental and social justice.
During this event we will also be launching the Blum Center's People's Guide to the Green New Deal, a public resource that provides an accessible overview of what the Green New Deal hopes to achieve and why; when this proposal emerged and its historical roots; its main advocates, critics, and overlooked voices; and where and how it is being used. It also aims to raise awareness of the Green New Deal as a democratic organizing framework for local communities to work toward their own vision of a sustainable and just future.
Please RSVP below. If you have any questions, please contact Joanne Nowak (
), Academic Coordinator of the Blum Center.
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