26 min

A Sip Of Green Tea With Khalil Baker & Miles Ezeilo Green Speaker Series

    • Society & Culture

On this special GYF podcast, students apart of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Internship Program, also known as HBCUI, speak about their experiences and interns and working for the National Park Service. Atlanta natives, Miles Ezeilo a Khalil Baker discuss transitioning from urban settings to park sites and working at park sites in urban settings. Miles Ezeilo attends Howard University and is prepared to call on the people to better the environment as the son of Founder and CEO, Angelou Ezeilo. And Mr. Khalil Baker, in his third year at Hampton, shares what it means to be able to teach others about the importance of access to public lands.

On this special GYF podcast, students apart of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Internship Program, also known as HBCUI, speak about their experiences and interns and working for the National Park Service. Atlanta natives, Miles Ezeilo a Khalil Baker discuss transitioning from urban settings to park sites and working at park sites in urban settings. Miles Ezeilo attends Howard University and is prepared to call on the people to better the environment as the son of Founder and CEO, Angelou Ezeilo. And Mr. Khalil Baker, in his third year at Hampton, shares what it means to be able to teach others about the importance of access to public lands.

26 min

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