Date: April 5, 2019
Location: Lecture Hall REBSTOCK 215, Washington University in St. Louis
Join us for a lecture by Pandora Thomas. She is a passionate global citizen who works as a caregiver, teacher, writer, Afro-indigenous ecological designer, bridge builder and speaker who builds on the Sankofa-African American legacy of leadership around sustainability through social permaculture.
This lecture is brought to you by: The Center for Social Development, Environmental Studies, Flourish, Greenscape Gardens, Missouri Coalition for the Environment, Missouri’s Natural Heritage, Office of Sustainability, and Student Union.
Free and open to the public.