Join a round table of two former Penn activists (ca. 1970) and two current Penn activists along with two Penn Earth Day Project student researchers to think about the trajectory of environmental activism at Penn. To what extent has environmental activism succeeded or failed to connect environmental, social and racial justice agendas in a lasting way? Has the institutional response to environmental activism remained constant or changed? How has public perception and response to student activism affected movements in the past and present? This roundtable is hosted by the Penn Earth Day Project, an undergraduate research group directed by Professor Anne Berg, which is exploring the meaning and legacy of the first Earth Day (Week) at Penn in April 1970. Click here to learn more.