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Introduction to Environmental Justice & Black Feminism.

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EPISODE 1:

the purpose of this show is to introduce the topic of Environmental Justice (EJ) and Black Feminism (Black Fmsm) to listeners.

issues related to land, air, water, soil and human health, also impact the black community. this show focuses on the black (melanin rich) community, for impacts to additional ethnic communities, try and get in touch with critical and decolonized perspective from those communities.

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE:
the conception that  is developed is that by Dr. Robert Bullard. a chocolate academic who reminded the environmental movement to pay attention to black and poor people of color issues. Dr. Bullard provides a perspective from the USA.

BLACK FEMINISM:
the second conception that is developed is Black Feminism from the United States because of its excellent documentation of the most horrific, best methods related to decolonization techniques, and best to be the most accessible, in the world.

METHODOLOGY:
decolonized, participatory and inclusive.
this show censors nothing and is open to all expressions. no techniques to colonize how people express their self, is used.

ADDITIONAL NOTES:
*my thanks to Uniquely Bright for suggesting to use Blog Talk Radio, platform.

*the quote that is shared is from the book called "Sisters of the Yam..." by bell hooks. purple copy. year 2005. chapter 12. "Touching the Earth" from page 135.

*this is the first show, sorry about the um's, that will be improved with practice. this is the first show about  Environmental Justice related to the conception developed by Dr. Robert Bullard, in the world.


*as many texts written by black for black will be used. at times, conceptions will start from the problem with domination of eurocentic discourses.
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