TALK ABOUT DANCE: Climate Change and Environmental Justice 

Thursday, June 8, 2017
José Mateo Ballet Theatre
400 Harvard Street, Cambridge
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TALKABOUTDANCE will bring together dancers, activists and environmentalists from the Greater Boston community to talk about our rapidly changing world. Learn about social disparities related to environmental issues and the implications of continued climate change on the creative sector and the broader community. Meet our panelists and join the conversation about forces that affect us all.


Dr. Ellen Douglas
Associate Professor of Hydrology,
University of Massachusetts Boston, School For the Environment

Dr. Ken Reardon
Professor of Urban Planning
University of Massachusetts Boston, School for the Environment

Dr. Paul Kirshen
Academic Director, Sustainable Solutions Lab Professor of Climate Adaptation
University of Massachusetts Boston, School for the Environment

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About Talk About Dance

TALKABOUTDANCE is a DWC event that brings together Greater Boston’s dance artists, activists, and other dance experts and enthusiasts who believe that expanding the role of dance in our society can help build stronger communities. One of the area’s most socially vibrant settings for dance-related learning and exchange of ideas, TAD offers a unique opportunity to meet new people, reconnect with old friends and contribute to the ongoing dialogue about repositioning the role of dance in our community. 

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