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Lecture: Can Museums Address Environmental Justice?
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35 years after the MIC leak at Carbide's Bhopal plant in India, the city remains a site of cascading disasters and complex battle against Dow-Dupont (Carbide's new owner). What prospects do people's museum offer for fighting environmental injustices? Shalini Sharma shares her first-hand experience with the Remember Bhopal Museum.

1/27/2020
When: January 27, 2020
6:30 pm
Where: Salt Lake City Public Library | Marmalade Branch
280 W 500 N
Salt Lake City, Utah  84103
United States

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35 years after the MIC leak at Carbide's Bhopal plant in India, the city remains a site of cascading disasters and complex battle against Dow-Dupont (Carbide's new owner). What prospects do people's museum offer for fighting environmental injustices? Shalini Sharma shares her first-hand experience with the Remember Bhopal Museum.

 

Dr. Shalini Sharma is a Fulbright Fellow at Princeton's Woodrow Wilson School. 

 

Hosted by the Fulbright Association Utah Chapter, this event is free and open to the public.

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