Learning in Community

This space made by women of color with the intention of being safe and inclusive for Black, Indigenous, and Persons Of Color (BIPOC). Environmentalism is intersectional, and we hope to work together to recognize unique contributions brought by the experiences of our group members. Historical context, data, amplification of previously silenced voices, including but not limited to those of BIPOC are needed to move forward towards environmental justice and stewardship.

The hope for those who use the resources here is that we may grow equipped with knowledge to deconstruct environmental and social inequities in our communities.

Monday

A five week community

Lead by:
Mika + Adrielle

5:30 PM PT - 50 minutes

Thursday

Introductory Oceanography

Asynchronous Learning Resources

Starting Fall 2020

Lead by:

Mika

Friday

Marine Biology

Asynchronous Learning Resources

Starting Fall 2020

Lead by:

Mika

 

About

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The creators of this space have professional specialties in biological sciences and education research. To be most effective in shaping environmental justice in the world more diverse knowledge sets are needed. Interdisciplinary work is a necessity for a greater impact, and this is a skill that need not be bound to academic institutions. Skills in community building, designing learning experiences, and holding space for inclusive learning will be employed to facilitate real learning for those that gather here. We're just counting on you to bring your curiosity!
 

 

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