Tomorrow, Friday October 28, Trinity Washington University will hold their Environmental Justice Symposium, which is part of their 125th anniversary celebration and all-alumni reunion. The event will go from 9am-5:30pm EST. The entire event will be live-streamed here. The keynote speech at 9:30am EST will be given by our own founders and directors, Mary Evelyn Tucker and John Grim.
From the event site:
The Environmental Justice Symposium will feature a keynote by Yale Professor Mary Evelyn Tucker ’71, co-founder with John Grim of the Yale Forum on Religion and Ecology, both noted Thomas Berry scholars and creators of the Journey of the Universe series. The symposium will also feature presentations by Trinity faculty including a reflection on the encyclical Laudato Si, and student research presentations as well. Trinity is especially grateful to the Class of 1971 for their substantial 50th Reunion contributions in support of the Environmental Justice program at Trinity.
The symposium schedule, list of speakers, and speaker bios can be found here.
Go here for more details on the 125th anniversary events and all-alumni reunion.
Alumni and their guests can register here to attend in person.
Anyone can watch the livestream tomorrow, here.
Watch this recording from another Trinity environmental justice event earlier this year:
Environmental Justice In the World & At Home
Global Perspectives on Race & Racism Mellon Symposia
Trinity Washington University
March 17, 2022