Pollution, Gender and Sexuality Justice Discussion Group

Friday, December 18, 2020
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Zoom, Link Provided On Registration

Cost: Free


During the months of November and December, learn more about soil, water and air pollution and its connections to gender and sexuality justice. Then, join a discussion group with other people your age. Open to all!

This is an experimental study group that doesn't have one shared book. You choose what you read or watch! Here are just a few suggestions:

* Choose a selection of articles or videos related to pollution and gender justice

* Read What the Eyes Don't See by Mona Hanna-Attisha about the pediatrician that helped expose the flint water crisis or Young Water Protectors: A Story About Standing Rock by Aslan Tudor, Kelly Tudor and Jason Eaglespeaker

We're focusing on gender and sexual orientation oppression this month. This means we'll be reading more about how soil, air and water pollution disproportionately impacts individuals oppressed by gender and sexual orientation. You can choose to read more about pollution and intersectional social impacts by citizenship, gender, ability, class, religion, age, sexuality or any other identity.

As you read or watch, find a way to take action in your own community and come ready to talk about it!

Come prepared to talk about:

• What did you read, watch or listen to this month to increase your personal learning?

• How are you now taking action (or committing to taking action) based on what you learned?


Fee : Free



Zoom, Link Provided On Registration

Contact Information

Kelly Henderson