This series features panelists speaking on topics relevant to civic action and engagement. Programs in this series feature campus resources as well as specialists and practitioners beyond the University.



Melissa Hilliard Potter (she/they), Artist, The Feminist Seed Bank

Vic Secondine (they/them), Citizen of the Delaware Tribe of Indians, PREP Scholar, President of the Indigenous Stewardship Club

Megan Kaminski (she/they), Poet, Professor of English & Environmental Studies


-How might we describe Climate Feminism? What is it not?
-How do these principles and practices show up in your work?
-What kinds of possibilities might feminist-led efforts make space for?
-How are youth-led efforts embracing feminist principles?
-What other forms of knowledge should enter the conversation?




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Supported by the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity, the Center for Service Learning, and The Commons.

  • Brian Moss
  • Selia Walton
  • Jack Shaw
  • Amy June Breesman

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