The crusading pediatrician who four years ago helped bring the fight for clean water justice in Flint to the national spotlight will speak at SUNY Oswego this fall about the Oswego Reading Initiative book for this summer, her award-winning What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance and Hope in American City.
Mona Hanna-Attisha—an immigrant, physician, scientist and now an activist—will appear on campus Sept. 25 to talk about her research and advocacy in the water crisis, an environmental disaster that has moved a nation.
SUNY Oswego chose Hanna-Attisha’s book over at least two dozen other candidates for the annual freshman summer read. The college is in the midst of a two-year cross-campus Grand Challenges Project titled: Fresh Water for All (see featured story).
For more information and to see a list of past selections, visit oswego.edu/ori.
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