How do we engage young activists in science and prepare them for scientific careers? This discussion will be facilitated by youth activists, scientists, educators, and organizers with the goal of building connections between science, activism, and scholarship laying the groundwork to begin to foster a new generation of public scholarship.
Jamie Margolin, a high school sophomore, is the founder and executive director of Zero Hour, a movement of youth using mass mobilization to address the climate crisis. She is also a plaintiff on the Youth v. Gov case in WA State done by Our Childrens Trust, and a Climate Justice Ambassador with Plant for the Planet.
This event is part of Womxn Act on Seattle, a full day of events spanning the city, in celebration of the one year anniversary of the Seattle Womxn's March. Full schedule here: