Reports from the front line, with Xiuhtezcatl Martinez and KC Golden. Two generations of climate change activists come together to discuss the state of climate action and its future.
Presented by the Trudy J. Sundberg Memorial Lecture Series.
Xiuhtezcatl Martinez is an internationally known 16-year-old climate activist out of Colorado, a leader of Earth Guardians and a noted hip-hop artist. He received the United States Community Service Award from President Obama, and has been featured on HBO, ABC, Showtime, and PBS.
KC Golden is the Policy Director at Seattle’s Climate Solutions and the Chair of the country’s leading climate advocacy group, 350.org. Mr. Golden has served as an advisor to Northwest
governors and mayors and has received the Heinz Award for Public Policy for his lifetime achievement as a climate advocate and policy architect.
Admission is free and seating is first come, first served. There will be Q&A time following the presentations. In addition to the two public presentations, Martinez will also make a special appearance on Friday March, 24 at South Whidbey High School.
The lecture series honors the memory of Trudy Sundberg, a beloved Whidbey Island teacher and civic activist.