2017-05-11 / Community / JT Beacon

Sierra Club speaker to examine border wall issues

KENNEBUNK — Sarah Loftus of the Sierra Club's National Borderlands Team will present a slide show and short documentary on "The Environmental and Community Impacts of the US/Mexico Border Wall" at the Kennebunk Unitarian Universalist Church on Friday, May 19.

Coffee hour begins at 6:30 p.m. and the film begins at 7 p.m.

Loftus holds a doctorate in anthropology and is a member of the Sierra Club's National Borderlands Team.  She is an historical archaeologist with over ten years of experience working as a researcher and did her doctoral thesis on an African American farming community in East Texas.

She is currently working at Four Seasons Farm in Harborside, Maine, an organic vegetable farm.

Loftus holds an master's degree in Archaeology from the University College in London, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Anthropology from the University of Houston.

 

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