In “Environmental Justice” we discuss ways we can elevate “green” concerns and the many connections to race, class, and gender. And we also challenge the idea that the environment is a “white” issue.
Harvir Kaur, Food Sovereignty Organizer, BMC
Cynthia Moices, Environmental Justice Organizer, UPROSE
1. Green in A Vacuum: In the social justice world, why does environmental justice get marginalized? And where does it intersect with identities of race, class, and gender?
2. POC and Environmental Justice: Fights for environmental causes like climate change, healthy food and recycling are widely seen as a “white” fields. Are there really no people of color who care about the environment?
3. “Tell em why you mad” Roundup