Storytelling can play an important role in connecting our individual stories to our community story. These narratives then connect us to other environmental justice stories across borders to create awareness of the issues and potential solutions our communities face.
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Understanding the current climate crisis is understanding that the violence and exploitation against the earth is interconnected with the violence women face, some of which include: objectification and profit.
This facilitation guide aims to recognize the impacts of colonialism on the earth as we confront historical contexts, push back on colonial habits, and uplift traditional practices that address the impacts of colonialism on the earth.
Through surveying, small community gatherings, and connecting with individuals one-to-one, we have compiled meaningful and traditional meals, drinks, and elaborate recipes from diverse cultures across states and cities in the United States.
A story about a young girl who discovers the meaning of an ecosystem and how to care for and preserve it. Her teachings are guided by her grandfather, as she leads a collective community rebuild of a local green space.
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