Robert F. Kennedy Jr.’s Pace affiliation is mentioned in an Associated Press (AP) brief for his speaking engagements in North Carolina, picked up by close to 20 outlets including the Washington Examiner and the Winston-Salem Journal.
From the AP:
Winston-Salem, N.C. — Environmental lawyer and activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is in North Carolina to talk about the economic impact of energy and environmental issues.
Kennedy is speaking Thursday evening at Wake Forest University’s Wait Chapel and at the university’s law school Friday morning.
Kennedy has numerous environmentalist credentials, including as a professor and supervising attorney at Pace University’s Environmental litigation clinic. Kennedy also is president of the Waterkeeper Alliance, an organization that seeks to protect watersheds worldwide.
A group dedicated to preserving the Yadkin River is using Kennedy’s visit to hold a fundraising reception.