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Regular monthly meeting to status redistricting, charter review and other items of interest.
Topic is The World Health Organization‘s Response to Covid-19 led by Diane Conway
Social Justice Committee Zoom Meeting
Committee members discuss Agenda items, review and update the Committee's Guidebook, and review the status of Sustainability Action Teams' community activities and plans for newly proposed programs.
For additional information about the Committee please visit the links at Teams at Work/Sustainability above and/or contact Committee Co-Chair Terry Mott via email at firstname.lastname@example.org and list "Sustainability Committee" in the subject line. Thank you.
Please note: The Sustainability Committee's Book Club Zoom Meetings are free, open to the public, and participants do not have to have read the books to engage in the discussions. The Book Club was created to help educate Brevard residents about the emerging field of study: Sustainability, along with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Registration is recommended, but not required. If you prefer to receive the Zoom link via email and/or would like to learn more about the Book Club and/or the Sustainability Committee, please contact Co-Chair Terry Mott via email at email@example.com and list "Sustainability" in the subject line. More information about the Committee’s current Program of Work can also be found on this webpage at the above links to Teams at Work/Sustainability.
Sustainability Committee's Book Club Zoom Meeting Sept. 25, 2021 10 am-11 am
Guest Speaker Linda Seals, Regional Specialized Agent, University of Florida IFAS Extension, Fort Pierce, Florida will lead a discussion of the book - "Sustainability Principles and Practice" (3rd Edition) by Margaret Robertson.
As a Regional Specialized Agent, Ms. Seals provides support to University of Florida IFAS Extension faculty who develop, implement, and evaluate educational programs that lead to community vitality. Her primary focuses are: facilitating deliberative discussions that address complex community issues; diversity, equity, and inclusion training; sustainability and resilience; non-profit board or committee training, and leadership training.
Zoom event sponsored with Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and the Brevard NAACP to celebrate National Voter Registration Day which is September 28. There will be a presentation of the LWVFL overview of the recent changes to Florida law regarding voter registration and voting procedures.
National Voter Registration Day