Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning

The November Martin Olav Sabo Symposium focused on creating policy change and featured three panelists who spoke about their experience working on climate change, the Minnesota Dream Act, and marriage equality.

Speakers included Kate Knuth, Boreas Leadership Program Coordinator at the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment and a citizen member of the Minnesota Environmental Quality Board; Juventino Meza ’11, a founding member of NAVIGATE, a network of immigrant youth and allies seeking to widen the path to higher education for young people; and Sen. Scott Dibble, a third-term state senator.

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