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Cancel Culture Is Not New

“Cancel culture” is nothing new, so why are we acting like it is? Those in power have written their own version of history as they’d like it to be remembered for ages. That “winners write history” is simply another way of saying that selective erasure (or canceling) of inconvenient truths is built into the fabric of documenting …

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Books To Begin Exploring Black American Racial Literacy

Interested in expanding your Black racial literacy? Check out some of these books and learn a bit more about why racial literacy matters to environmental justice. I primarily write about eco-friendly living for modern families, climate action, and other environmental matters. I have dabbled in discussions related to intersectional environmentalism but am not nearly an …

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What Are Environmental Justice and Intersectional Environmentalism?

When working toward healing the planet and creating healthier communities for everyone, it’s important to consider how environmental policies and problems impact all people, not just those who look like us or live in the same communities. Intersectional environmentalism and a commitment to environmental justice ensure that environmental activism and advocacy benefit all people on …

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Environmental Racism | A Terrible Thing To Waste Book Review

Environmental advocacy and racial advocacy are deeply intertwined. While both push for change to enhance the well-being of people on this planet, environmental hazards and climate change disproportionately harm Black and Brown people.  A Terrible Thing To Waste: Environmental Racism and It’s Assault on American Minds lays out in detail the damage and trauma endured …

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