We do not have to choose between the right to have a voice and the right to belong in society, and any narrative that suggests that we do lacks imagination, courage or both.
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Taking action on climate change will require skillful, creative and analytical problem solving, the ability to integrate information across a range of disciplines, and passion, determination and leadership to identify and advance the issues that are most important.
This is a time to recommit ourselves to the challenges ahead of us. But while change can be slow, we must hold onto what Dr. King called the “fierce urgency of now.”
The overarching priorities of the Kenyon 2020 vision frame our regular work on campus and guide our movement into the future.
Kenyon joins more than 640 colleges and universities in the effort to create a sustainable future by embracing an American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment.