After decades of increasing and unprecedented philanthropic giving in the US, public health, income disparities, educational outcomes, and incarceration & recidivism are all getting worse. People attempting to fit into society after traumatic combat and/or prison experiences, or from generational poverty are some of our most expensive citizens.
Majora Carter ’88 is a MacArthur “genius” Fellow, host of Eco-Heroes on Sundance Channel and The Promised Land on NPR. She serves on the Boards of The Wilderness Society, Ceres, SJF. She founded and led Sustainable South Bronx from 2001 to 2008, and is currently President of her own economic development consulting group.
What: Green The Ghetto, and How Much It Won’t Cost Us with Majora Carter ’88
Where: The Memorial Chapel
When: Saturday November 7, 4 PM