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Challenging Racism in U.S. National Policy: Lessons from Grassroots Advocacy

9 November 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am HST

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“Challenging Racism in U.S. National Policy: Lessons from Grassroots Advocacy” with Larissa Gil Sanhueza and Jameelah Lewis

Join us to examine specific ways that activists and grassroots organizers in the United States are advocating for more just and equitable policies on the federal level.

By meeting directly with legislators, engaging media, and mobilizing their communities, ordinary people are influencing decisions made by the U.S. Congress on environmental justice, immigration reform, militarized foreign policy, and more

The Matsunaga Institute for Peace is an academic department at the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa that promotes cross-cultural understanding, collaborative problem-solving, critical thinking, and lifelong skills to groom leaders to address contemporary and complex issues near and far.

Details

Date:
9 November 2021
Time:
10:00 am - 11:30 am HST
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Organiser

Email:
jbarzola@hawaii.edu
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Other

Language:
English
Country:
United States
City:
Honolulu

Platform

Zoom