Exhibition & Events
Local partners Rutgers University-New Brunswick and New Labor kick off their run as Climates of Inequality hosts with the virtual roundtable discussion focused on the stories that students, faculty, and community partners produced for the traveling exhibition and web platform.
Reynalda Cruz (New Labor)
Louis Kimmel (New Labor)
Dr. Todd Vachon (School of Management and Labor Relations, Rutgers University-New Brunswick)
Dr. Robin Leichenko (Department of Geography, Rutgers University-New Brunswick)
Dr. David Eisenhauer (Bennington College)
Registrants will receive a Zoom link via email prior to the event.
Join us on Friday, September 24th (3:00-4:30pm EST) for a walking tour of New Brunswick’s temp agency row and discussion about the relationship between climate change and workplace safety conditions, led by local organizers from New Labor, a New Jersey organization that educates, organizes, and fights for better work conditions and social justice in the workplace. Rain or shine!
**After registering, you will then receive an email with a unique link to your RSVP. When you click this link, you will be able to see all of the information about the event and respond Yes or No to the invitation. Please note that simply requesting an RSVP will NOT register your response to the invitation.
Join our local partners for a virtual screening & discussion of “The Meaning of the Seed: An Environmental Justice Documentary,” (October 6th- 6pm EST) part of the programming for the Humanities Action Lab’s Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice exhibit, virtually hosted by Rutgers New Brunswick in Fall 2021. Featuring stories from the Ramapough Lunaape, and musical performance and discussion facilitation by Raices Cultural Center.
Registered participants will receive a Zoom link in advance of the event.