Presented by Serve-Learn-Sustain, in partnership with School of History and Sociology (through a grant from the Gertrude and William C. Wardlaw Fund in support of the Conference on Human Rights, Changes and Challenges).
The Spring 2020 Liam's Legacy Symposium will feature speakers on the topic of community history, story telling, and our changing environment. Julia Drapkin will join us from ISeeChange, and organization she founded to empower communities and connect them to each other through climate-change-related data collection. Raina Turner-Greenlea, Atlanta-based Sustainability Strategist and Co-Founder and Organizer of the Black Sustainability Summit, will also join the panel discussion. The presentation and discussion will be followed by a reception.
About Liam Rattray & Liam's Legacy:
The Liam's Legacy Symposium honors the memory of Liam Rattray, an outstanding and socially-committed Georgia Tech Honors Program student who was tragically killed by a drunk driver just a few weeks after his graduation, in 2011. We mourn his death, but we also celebrate his life in this annual event that carries his name and draws upon his legacy of engagement and activism.