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Thank you to the panelists and community who joined us to learn more about the intersections of faith, community, and finding your voice.
We believe in the power of having bold, critical conversations, and this forum challenged our community to use our communities and resources to be an agent of inclusive change.
Thank you to author Matthew Paul Turner, Dr. Johann Van Niekerk, and Rev. Joey Pusateri for organizing and sharing your voices with our community.
June 23rd, 2022
Our community gathered at CentreWorks for Danville's second solar power forum. Thank you to our panelists, Brooks Lamb of American Farmland Trust (AFT) and local attorney Mark L. Morgan.
Brooks Lamb, who grew up on a small farm, is knowledgeable on solar power issues and their impact on rural and agricultural communities. He conveyed the importance of considering the magnitude of solar power and how complicated its factors are. Mr. Lamb currently serves as the Program Associate and Special Assistant to the President of AFT. Mark Morgan received a degree in environmental studies from Duke University, and previously worked for the Appalachian Research and Defense Fund of Kentucky, Inc.He broke down the regulatory issues of merchant solar production facilities, considering ordinances and amendments from the Kentucky State Board on Electric Generation and Transmission Siting.
After our panelists spoke, community members were encouraged to ask questions facilitated by Anthony and Andrea Margida.
June 2nd, 2022
April 21st, 2022
April 21st, 2022
July 24th, 2021
Ionut Moga '24 hosted a zoom presentation on Romania for Centre students and community members. Ionut wanted to communicate that although Romania is not a wealthy country, Romanians still achieve success through remarkable hard work and perseverance.