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Environmental Justice colloquium series commemorated “research and action for a more just and sustainable world”

(05/03/23 12:00pm)

American University’s Center for Environment, Community and Equity concluded its first inaugural year with a round robin of environmental justice initiatives on April 27. The event reflected a year of connections and intersections among faculty, staff and students alike. 

Seth Goldman spills the tea on social impact at Kogod’s Gamechangers in Sustainability series

(03/09/23 1:50pm)

Seth Goldman, founder of Honest Tea, Just Ice Tea and Eat the Change, opened the Kogod School of Business Gamechangers in Sustainability series alongside Kogod Dean David Marchick on Feb. 22. Goldman’s talk focused on his renewed insights on helping people and the planet. 

Trying to shop zero-waste? Check out the Georgetown Flea Market, D.C.’s powerhouse of sustainable living

(08/02/22 3:02pm)

Vintage posters, golden frames and eye-catching silver line the market off of Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown. Vendors from mom-and-pop boutiques across the Washington, D.C. area join together every Sunday in the name of thrifting and fashion. The market offers everything one could desire, from shoes, scarves, sports merch and silverware. 

Powerful Pages: ‘So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed’ explores the misdoings of modern day cancel culture

(02/14/22 3:41pm)

According to Vox, cancel culture refers to that of “cultural blocking.” In other words, socially undercutting or blocking an individual. Journalist Jon Ronson’s, “So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed,” captures the beginnings of modern-day cancel culture. He tells the stories of real people who messed up.