Spring course: AIS 475B Decolonizing the Environmental Discourse

I hope this emails finds you in good spirits. I wanted to send information about my upcoming course in the Department of American Indian Studies—Decolonizing the Environmental Discourse.
COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course examines the concept of environmental justice through a decolonization lens—giving a voice to those who have been silenced in the official environmental discourse. Through guest presentations, group work, facilitated discussions, readings, and inclusive teaching strategies students will examine & explore current and past environmental (in)justice cases. Some of the cases include; the Dakota Access Pipeline, Lummi Coal Terminal, Flint, Michigan, Uranium Mining in Navajo Nation, etc.

 
 

Dos bo’otik—Diux quixeli (Thank You).
Respectfully, 

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Jessica Hernandez (Ch’orti’, Zapotec, and Yucateco)

M.M.A./M.S./Ph.D. Candidate
College of the Environment, University of Washington
School of Marine and Environmental Affairs
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
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