World Water Day: Panel Discussion

Leaving No One Behind - Human Rights: Near & Far


  • Valoree Gagnon, Director of University-Indigenous Community Partnerships, Great Lakes Research Center  
  • Emily Shaw, MS in Environmental Engineering Science  


  • Monica Lewis-Patrick, We the People of Detroit
  • Peter Baril, REHS, Director of Community Planning, Emergency Preparedness Coordinatory, Western Upper Peninsula Health Department
  • Kathleen Smith, Habitat Specialist/Plants Program, Keweenaw bay Indian Community
  • Angie Carter, Assitant Professor in Environmental/Energy Justice, Social Sciences, Michigan Tech

Format of Event:

  • 4:00 -  Showing of "Marathon for Justice"
  • 4:45 - Panel Discussion
  • 5:45 - Recognition of Artists participating in the "Wilderness" art show, followed by reception
  • 6:15 - Concluding ceremony of World Water Day with the Woodland Singers

World Water Day at Michigan Tech is sponsored by:
Great Lakes Research Center, Social Sciences, Civil and Environmental Engineering, School of Forest Resouces and Environmental Science, Sustainable Futures Institute, Center for Diversity and Inclusion, Visual & Performing Arts, Western Upper Peninsula Planning & Development Region.

Tuesday, March 26 at 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Great Lakes Research Center (GLRC), 202
1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931

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