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Social Capital, Policy Analysis, Environmental Justice, Critical Race Theory
Bruce W. Strouble Ph.D. is a professional sustainability advocate and anti-racism educator from Tallahassee, Florida. Much of Dr. Strouble’s work has focused on pursuing environmental justice and improving political participation in African American communities. He currently works as an adjunct professor at Florida A&M University and currently serves as the Sustainability Coordinator for the City of Tallahassee. He is a founding member of Citizens for a Sustainable Future, a Fellow at the Institute for the Polarities of Democracy, a Senior Fellow of the National Environmental Leadership Program, and also serves on the Board of Directors for the Capital City Chamber of Commerce, Rethink Energy Florida and the Moving Forward Network. Strouble’s belief that thriving democracy and community participation are the keys to developing sustainable African American communities has been a guiding premise in all his work.