An environmental justice group that focuses on empowering black and brown youth to be climate activist. As a collective we focus on education and innovation to build knowledge and solutions to environmental racism. Our organization hopes to build policy and economic reform to bring climate equity.
Planet Forward, a project of the George Washington University School of Media and Public Affairs, teaches, celebrates, and rewards environmental storytelling by college students. It is the premier engagement tool for GW’s many sustainability initiatives.
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Just Dandy Apparel
Tenny-Ann Dandy is a sophomore at F&M who is majoring in Public Health. She is passionate about the environment and how climate change affects marginalized communities. As the owner of Just Dandy Apparel, an online thrift store, she hopes to bring awareness about the effects of fast-fashion on our planet and communities.
Millennials 4 Environmental Justice (M4EJ)
Millennials 4 Environmental Justice (M4EJ) is a non-profit organization based in Atlanta, Georgia serving Black and Brown communities experiencing environmental racism across the U.S. The goal of M4EJ is to inform, engage, and advocate for environmental justice among communities that suffer
disproportionately from adverse health, social, and economic outcomes associated with the neighborhoods in which they reside. Millennials 4 Environmental Justice has four target areas which
include environmental health, community urban planning, economic development, and food security. Our vision is for all communities, regardless of race, income, or socioeconomic status, to live freely in their neighborhoods without disproportionately being at risk for adverse health, social, environmental,
and economic outcomes.
Save the World Magazine
Save the World Magazine is a paperless publication telling stories of environmental justice and reconnecting humans to nature through art. Our goal is to spread awareness of the injustices against underserved communities and our planet in a way that is accessible. Save the World Magazine was launched in December of 2020 and is now run by a small but constantly growing team of ungraduate and graduate students. You can find our past monthly issues on our website: https://saveworldmag.wixsite.com/website or Interested in contributing or being a part of the STWMAG team? Complete this short application: https://form.jotform.com/210478791509060 or email email@example.com for more information!