Zachary Raden is fourth year Sociology major with a focus in social movements and environmental sociology. Passionate about environmental justice and social theory, Zachary aims to address inequalities by working within academic/government institutions and by playing an active role in organizing within disadvantaged communities. He has been active within the various organizations concerning the Gill Tract Community Farm in Albany, such as the Gill Tract Farm Coalition, Occupy the Farm, and SEAL (Students for Engaged and Active Learning). By expanding outside Sociology into the field of Environmental Science Policy Management and continuing his role in both academic and environmental organizations, he hopes to bridge the gap between understanding social inequality and alleviating it.
West Oakland Toxics Reduction Collaborative