Monday, May 14, 2018

Climate Change: Whose Story? A Public Forum At BRIC Arts Media House

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Photo: Alec Perkins

On May 17, 2018, Bric Arts Media House is hosting a free public forum entitled "Climate Change: Whose Story?" that will be of interest to residents not only in and around Red Hook and Gowanus, but throughout Brooklyn.  After Hurricane Sandy and the flooding that ensued, we all know that climate change is definitely OUR story.

Here are the details.
Stories shape how we understand the world, our place in it, and our ability to change it. While many understand the crisis of climate change threatens human civilization, demand for government action lags far behind. Who is telling the story of climate change and how does it shape our response to this crisis? What stories lead people to action?

Come out to media and culture hotspot BRIC ARTS/MEDIA HOUSE for a provocative public forum featuring leading figures in communications, journalism, politics and activism that will address the frameworks, strategies, and challenges in communicating the urgency of climate change.

A panel of leading figures in communications, journalism, politics, and activism will discuss the frameworks, strategies, and challenges in communicating the urgency of climate change.


Speaker Lineup:
David Fenton: Veteran PR Executive
Jabari Brisport: Activist and Former Candidate, Green Party
Yessenia Funes, Environmental Justice Reporter, Earther
Lindsay Meiman, US Communications Coordinator, 350.org Event Details:

Date: Thursday, 5/17
Time: 7:30 PM
Location: BRIC Arts Media House (647 Fulton Street, Downtown Brooklyn)
Hosted by 350 Brooklyn, an organization that fights climate change

You won’t want to miss this important event! Admission is FREE

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