League of Women Voters of Lawrence-Douglas County’s next hot topic: Building community power (Announcement)

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Sarah Dehart Faltico, program coordinator with Climate + Energy Project, will speak on how a systems-based approach can provide tools to effect change and build community power.

This LWV program will take place at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, July 22, via Zoom.

Through her myriad professional experiences in both the corporate and nonprofit worlds, she has developed a broad view of forging multi-sector partnerships to strengthen the intersection between food, environmental stewardship, community health and racial and environmental justice.

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