5.17.17 – Naomi Klein: Our Environmental Future: Connection, Collaboration, Creation

Lecture by Naomi Klein, Granada Theater, May 17, 2017
By ISB staff writer

“Our Environmental Future: Connection, Collaboration, and Creation,” was the title of environmental activist Naomi Klein’s lecture at the Granada Theater on May 17. The lecture, sponsored by UCSB’s Arts and Lectures, and Pacific Standard Magazine, was the kick-off event for the Women and the Environment conference held in Santa Barbara May 17-18, and was attended by a very enthusiastic audience. Continue reading “5.17.17 – Naomi Klein: Our Environmental Future: Connection, Collaboration, Creation”

5.2.17 – Hahrie Han: How to Translate Activism into Political Power

Contributed by:
ISB Staff Writers

Event:
Professor Hahrie Han, “Understanding Protest and Resistance in the Trump Era”, May 2, UCSB Library

Professor Hahrie Han jokingly said she started her career in the fifth grade when she organized a protest and ended up in the principal’s office.  As a Harvard student, she organized another protest and ended up in the dean’s office.  So she decided to switch from organizing protests to researching protests. Continue reading “5.2.17 – Hahrie Han: How to Translate Activism into Political Power”