environmental racism

Intersectional Environmentalism

[Intersectional Environmnentalism] aims to ensure that the voices of marginalized groups and vulnerable communities are not minimized or ignored in a historically whitewashed movement.  In 1989, the term ‘intersectional’ was coined by  Dr. Kimberle Crenshaw, who defined intersectionality as an analytical framework for understanding how aspects of someone’s socio-political identity e.g. class, race, gender, religion, …

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