- We begin this episode talking with Dr. Robert Bullard, often called the father of environmental justice in the U.S. Here's his website.
- And here's a link to the Robert D. Bullard Center for Environmental and Climate Justice at Texas Southern University.
- Here's a bit about the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council
WEACT for Environmental Justice
- Learn more about the powerhouse New York City environmental group and its co-founder and executive director Peggy Shepard.
- Here's a direct link to the video of the Toxics Are a Drag panel
- Much more about the event, with lots of added information about the participants
- More about Dr. Ami Zota and the George Washington University Milken School of Public Health
Dodge Poetry Program webinar on Poetry and Environmental Justice feat. 'The Sacrifice Zone'
- The Sacrifice Zone film, directed by Julie Winokur
- Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation event: The Sacrifice Zone film screening followed by poetry and conversation about environmental justice. (Please note, the video of the event is blank from about 7:30 to about 43:30 as the attendees watched a special screening of the film. Follow directions on the website for the film to get a link for an individual or group screening.)
- Here's information about the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Program and is biennial poetry festival.
- Learn about the Ironbound Community Corporation and its deputy director, organizing and advocacy, Maria Lopez-Nuñez
- Poet Marina Carreira's home page
- Poet Camille Dungy's home page
- Learn more about Dr. Jalonne White-Newsome
Upaya Zen Center
- The July 10, 2021 event on Social and Environmental Justice (Get in touch with the center to see if you can still register for the event and access the video)
- Learn more about Dekila Chungyalpa and the Loka initiative here
- Kritee Kanko's page at the San Francisco Zen Center
- Learn more about Rhonda Magee
- Heather McTeer Toney at Upaya Zen Center