Thoughts on Being in the Environment While Black (Fall 2021)
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“Since the emergence of environmental activism in the United States, white environmentalists have struggled to see how race is connected to the environment Recent events should erase all doubts that race—blackness in particular—is inextricably connected with racism, violence, and gross inequalities in the home, on the street, in the park, and elsewhere in the outdoors.”
by Dorceta E. Taylor