July 21, 2021

Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: Getting to the Root

Event Description:

Join the Community Nature Connection Training Institute for Justice, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion: Getting to the Root.

This training will delve into the root causes of racism, sexism, colonialism, ecological collapse and more. Together, we will explore both the interpersonal as well as structural changes necessary for building a world that honors ecology, true democracy and self-determination for all.

Sabrina Melendez (they/them) is a Puerto Rican decolonial anthropologist, activist and artist. They co-founded the Autonomous University of Political Education, a word-of-mouth educational institution for understanding structural racism, sexism, colonialism, ecological collapse, and capitalism, as well as for building democratic, horizontal, and ecological systems for a just future. Sabrina is the director of Camp Outright, a summer camp for queer and trans youth, and has worked on a variety of social, economic, and ecological justice initiatives with organizations such as the Sierra Student Coalition, VPIRG, Our Climate, MariaFund, Camp Uprise, Vermont Student Power Network, and the Bennington Environmental Action Group.

Register: https://www.communitynatureconnection.org/event-details/justice-equity-diversity-inclusion-getting-to-the-root

Location: Online

Accessibilty: Closed Captioning is available for this online training.

For questions about accessibility or otherwise, please email training@communitynatureconnection.org. 

*Must be 18 and over for this training



Event Sponsor(s):

Community Nature Connection


Date & time:
July 21, 2021
10:00 AM  -  12:00 PM

Location:
Online
Online
Los Angeles, CA, 90065

Open to the Public:
Yes

Cost:
Free

Questions: For Questions about this event, please contact Celeste Gasperik with Community Nature Connection at 213-247-1907 or training@communitynatureconnection.org.



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