Date: 04/22/2015

Time: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Price: Free with RSVP

Join us this Earth Day, April 22nd for Conversations with Educators Inspiring Sustainability and Justice. Featuring environmental science, food system, and social justice educators sharing lessons learned, challenges & opportunities, we seek to inspire and provide teachers with strategies to implement more of this teaching in their classrooms. Our panel discussion will feature - Dr. Kenneth A. Gould, Ph.D - Director, Urban Sustainability Program, Brooklyn College Tanya Fields - Director, BLK Projek, Libertad Urban Farm Jacqueline Pilati - NYC DOE Environmental Study Center Nirvani Bissessar - Educator & Director of Community Service, The High School for Public Service Anita Singh - Educator, City Growers, BK Farmyards Sherlyn Giles - Billion Oyster Project fellow, MS 352 Ebbets Field Moderated by Gabrielle Langholtz of Edible Brooklyn & Edible Manhattan We see this as an exciting opportunity to raise awareness around sustainability and justice and increase the number of engaging, experiential learning opportunities for teens. We will also be launching our campaign for TEACH Farmyards, a new integrated curriculum project. Support for this event is generously provided by Green Mountain Energy, Six Point Brewery, Gotham Greens and Jimmy's 43. Save the date, 4/22 from 7-9pm @ The Impact Hub. Looking forward to connecting around this work!

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