Over the past few years the multiple pandemics of health inequities, anti-black violence, and climate catastrophes have awakened many to a deeper understanding of how interconnected we all are.
Join Delma Jackson and Kavitha Rao of Center for Whole Communities in this immersive hour-long video presentation, through practice and story-telling from their work at this intersection and for an unflinching look at the history of white supremacy that is also at the root of the history of the conservation movement in the United States.
Center for Whole Communities exists to cultivate transformative leadership that weaves together and strengthens movements for justice and the environment. For nearly 20 years we’ve used a practice based framework to support authentic partnership and collaboration at the intersection of justice and the environment, with an understanding that we must be open to change as we change the systems we work within.
CWC Senior Fellows Delma Jackson III and Kavitha Rao shared this presentation at the University of Vermont Inclusive Excellence Symposium on March 29, 2022. They were hosted by Vice Provost Amer Ahmed and Educator and Trainer of Inclusive Excellence Sarah Mell. The link to the Inclusive Excellence website is: https://www.uvm.edu/diversity/IES.