Mayah’s Lot

Source: Center for Urban Environmental Reform Mayah’s Lot is an environmental justice graphic novel produced by The Center for Urban Environmental Reform, a Social Justice Initiative of the City University of New York School of Law. This is a great resource for community groups and educators to use with their students. Contact CUER for copies of […]

A Light Goes Out

Shortly after 11 p.m. on the night of Thursday May 30, 2013, a truck with five passengers slowed to a halt in the stillness of Costa Rica’s Moin Beach. With the engine’s drone lowered to idle, the boom and back-sizzle of waves to the east grew more pronounced. Headlights lit up a fallen palm tree […]

Discovering and Integrating Environmental Perspectives

A Presentation by Running-Grass, Executive Director, Three Circles Center for Multicultural Environmental Education© at the 25th anniversary conference of the National Association for Multicultural Education, New Orleans, LA Discovering, Including and Integrating Environmental Perspectives and Values in Multicultural Education