Brian Kamanzi
Brian Kamanzi
United States
Racial Equity
Energy policy research associate, Trade Unions for Energy Democracy, City University of New York
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Mission
Providing policy support for sections of the international trade union movement around the just energy transition, with an emphasis on South Africa; and contributing to the debate on climate change, Pan-Africanism and free education, among other issues.
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Interests
Higher Education Teaching
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Brian Kamanzi
is an Atlantic Fellow for

Racial Equity

program.
The Atlantic Fellows for Racial Equity supports accomplished leaders from diverse backgrounds to uncover and address the root causes of racial inequality and engage in strategic, long-term collaborative efforts for transformative social change. Through leadership development, community building, design labs and narrative change, we support the personal development and capacity of these leaders, and catalyse broader social change activity, based on a view that both are required to achieve racial equity.
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YEAR JOINED
ATLANTIC FELLOWS
2018
fellows in
United States
222
fellows in
Racial Equity
222
Location
United States
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Atlantic Institute

United in their pursuit of equity, Atlantic Fellows come from all walks of life and a variety of professions.

They are a global community of leaders—advocates, artists, journalists, lawyers, business professionals, health practitioners, government officials, academics and researchers—who collaborate to advance equity, opportunity and human dignity.

Fellows are thinkers and doers with innovative ideas and the courage, conviction and capacity to bring lasting improvements to their communities and the world.