Green Library, Florida International University, March–April 2022
The Cybrarium, Homestead, March–April 2022
A multimedia project showcasing the work of students and activists combining their skills and knowledges to communicate the experience of climate crisis in 22 frontline communities across the Americas.
(All events will take place at GL 220 at Green Library, 11200 SW 8th St, Miami, FL, unless otherwise noted.)
Thursday, April 21
6:00 pm: “Paper Children” film screening and discussion with director Alexandra Codina
Monday, March 7
6:00 pm–7:30 pm: Opening Reception
Green Library Terrace, 11200 SW 8th St, Miami, FL
Tuesday, March 8
6:00 pm: Zoom Panel discussion “Withstanding the Heat: Labor and Justice in a Warming World”
•Presented as part of Center for Humanities in an Urban Environment series
•Followed by a reception at the Cybrarium, 80 West Mowry Drive, Homestead, FL
Join us here go.fiu.edu/withstandingheat. No pre-registration necessary.
Climates of Inequality is a project of the Humanities Action Lab, a coalition of universities led by Rutgers University-Newark working with issue organizations and public spaces to create traveling public projects on the past, present, and future of pressing social issues. The FIU exhibition is supported by the Extreme Events Institute and the Wolfsonian Public Humanities Lab as part of Commons for Justice Project funded by a grant from the Andrew J Mellon Foundation.