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Banana Leaves

Earth for All

BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and other People of Color) haven't been given equal opportunities or privilege for centuries, so it's no surprise that we don't see it today in environmentalism. A fight for environmental justice is a fight for social justice. 

Friends in Nature

Why do we keep seeing the same environmentalists in media? There are many other people who are protecting Earth and its diversity. How can people fight for environmental justice without fighting for social justice?

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A look into history exposes what environmentalism is founded on. We find out why BIPOC are shown different than and what we can do to help.

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Brazilian Girls
Hiking in Nature

BIPOC, the LGBTQ+ community, people with disabilities and all other marginalized communities are left off of the main stage of environmentalism. Here are a variety of ways that you can help.

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The Future

There are certain steps we need to take to reach a diverse and inclusive future. For the benefit of all people and the planet.

Coming soon!

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