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Anacostia Community Museum and Urban Waterways
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Anacostia Community Museum and Urban Waterways

Topic:

Diversity Equity and Inclusion, Environmental Justice and Equitable Development series – the significance of the Anacostia River to Washington DC

Guest & Organization:

Katrina D. Lashley is Program Coordinator of Urban Waterways at Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum. She received her BA in English Literature and Italian at Rutgers University and earned an MA in History (Public History track) at American University, with a focus on the British Caribbean. Ms. Lashley has worked on projects for the National Museum of American History and Arlington House. In addition to her Public History work, she taught English Literature and English Language for 12 years.

Resources:

Urban Waterways Newsletter Issue 9

Urban Waterways Newsletter Issue 8

Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum

Skeo – Equity, Sustainability and Resiliency

Other related resources developed by Skeo:

The Urban Waters National Partnership Handbook

Expanding the Circle: Strategies to Authentically Engage Under-Resourced Communities to Improve the Chesapeake Bay for All