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The Haury Program invites University of Arizona faculty, staff and students, community non-profits and others working on environmental and social justice issues to a large group dialogue. The Center for Community Dialogue will facilitate the dialogue. The Haury Program is seeking a diversity of voices to address social justice in our community. Your voices are crucial to developing the Haury Program strategic plan for the next five years. Questions on social justice issues, actions and potential impacts in the community will guide the discussions.
Where: Environment and Natural Resources 2 (ENR2) building, Room S107, 1064 E. Lowell Street, University of Arizona
When: October 4, 2017 from 5 to 7:30 pm
- Light dinner provided in the ENR2 Slot Canyon Cafe area
- Introduction to the UA/Community Dialogue and the Haury Program - Room S107
- Facilitator-led breakout discussion sessions - Various rooms
- Reconvening and groups report out - Room S107
Parking is available for a fee on the street or in the Sixth St. Garage. Parking will be provided by reservation in the 6th Street Garage for the first 30 non-university participants who RSVP to attend. The Haury Program will confirm these reservations with participants in advance of the event.
We are seeking 100 participants, representing a variety of voices. Please join us!
**RSVP is required to attend**
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