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Archive for Environmental Justice

Justice Embodied: Bearing the future to protect the Earth

Justice Embodied: Bearing the future to protect the Earth

(An interesting article from The Dominion- news from the grassroots by Sandra Cuffe, dated May 23, 2011)

“VANCOUVER—A boy found his younger brother’s body hanging in the basement. Another mine passed the environmental review process. More women are going missing and are murdered. The search for a nuclear waste site continues.

Stories told by the media are presented as a series of disconnected incidents and issues. Most governments, federal or otherwise, work in a similar framework of disconnection, whether to determine jurisdiction or to deflect accountability. Public discussion often separates reality into compartments.

The discourse of many groups and campaigns working on environmental and climate issues explicitly rejects this disconnected perspective. However, that same discourse has been questioned for its failure to make many other connections that Indigenous peoples, women and others have been pointing out for decades…”  The article continues…


Environmental Justice Remembrance Day

Environmental Justice Remembrance Day
Tuesday February 1, 2011 7 p.m.
Ardrey Memorial Auditorium
winona at NAU 02012011

Martin-Springer Institute presents, Winona LaDuke


Tickets are Required

FREE to NAU Students

$5 to the Public

Call 928-523-5661 928-523-5661 or visit nau.edu/cto for more ticket information.

This event is co-sponsored by Martin-Springer Institute, College of Arts and Letters, Program in Community, Culture and the Environment, Environmental Caucus, Multicultural Student Center, Department of Applied Indigenous Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies Program, Ethnic Studies Program, and Student Activities Council

Human Rights & The Environment Speaker Series

In Commemoration


International Holocaust Remembrance Day