The Trudy Sundberg Lecture Series, in collaboration with the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, is pleased to present Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha with Enrique Cerna in a virtual in-conversation presentation.
Dr. Hanna-Attisha is a pediatrician, professor, and public health advocate who spearheaded efforts to address Flint, Michigan's water crisis. Dr. Hanna-Attisha's powerful book, What the Eyes Don't See, is a dramatic firsthand account of the signature environmental disaster of our time and a riveting narrative of personal advocacy.
Dr. Hanna-Attisha will be interviewed by veteran broadcast journalist Enrique Cerna, a former senior correspondent with KCTS-TV.
To learn more and to register for this free online event please visit bit.ly/SIL-WhatsInYourWater
This event will not be recorded.
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We want to thank the sponsors who joined with the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation to make it possible for us to bring such outstanding speakers to the people of Whidbey Island, free of charge, and we are grateful for their continuing support as we now look to the May 2021 Trudy Sundberg Lecture event.
The Whidbey Community Foundation
The League of Women Voters of Whidbey Island
Whidbey Island Bank
Whidbey Sun & Wind
Stonebridge Environmental Inc.
The Whidbey Island Democratic Club
Rue and Primavera
Pediatric Associates of Whidbey Island
Dr. Ann Dannhauer
Friends of Clinton Library
Friends of Langley Library
Friends of Freeland Library
The Trudy J. Sundberg Memorial Fund underwrites a lecture series honoring the memory of Trudy Sundberg and her lifelong commitment to discover, explore and exchange information, ideas, and opinions in an environment of respect and consideration.
An annual presentation by an eminent speaker, selected by a team of community and library staff representatives, explores the areas of interest that Trudy shared: education, literature, history, the arts, civic engagement and politics.
The lecture presentation is part of a programming initiative for adults on Whidbey Island, promoting reading and lifelong learning, and covering issues of current local and national or global interest. Funds for the program may also be used to enhance pertinent library resources and access to information for residents of the Sno-Isle Libraries district.
At any time, organizations or individuals may contribute funds online directly to the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation for support of the Trudy J. Sundberg Memorial Fund. Tax-deductible contributions also may be sent in Trudy's name to:
Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation
7312 35 Avenue NE
Marysville, WA 98271
The Trudy J. Sundberg Memorial Fund is administered according to the policies and procedures of the Sno-Isle Libraries Foundation, adhering to guidelines established with the Greater Everett Community Foundation.
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