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R U An Endangered Species?™ Find Out!
4 Workshops that introduce 4 Action Campaigns at the intersection of social justice, culture and environment.

Attend or host a workshop. Learn what you can do to protect our social and natural eco-systems by joining a campaign to save human lives.


CAMPAIGN ONE  |  CAMPAIGN TWO  |  CAMPAIGN THREE  |  CAMPAIGN FOUR


CAMPAIGN ONE:
Human Estuaries™ Our Polluted Streams

Introduction

Topics covered include: Human bodies as non-point sources of pollution, Chemical streams: our blood, urine, and water, Pacific Northwest Women and Whales; the most polluted mammals and Restoring our streams.

Attend this interdisciplinary (ecological restoration and social change) workshop for educators and activists and learn about the R U An Endangered Species?™ curriculum and ways to use it in your work. Participate in hands-on curriculum arts/action exercises and get resources for teaching about the EPA, the FDA and the Endangered Species Act.

Find out how to involve students and community members in local service-learning and action opportunities. The workshop will include a presentation and Q & A with Jourdan Imani Keith, founder and director of Urban Wilderness Project and performances from guest artists.

"Connecting to the natural world is critical to restoring communities, reducing domestic violence, building relationships, and acknowledging and healing historical injustices."

- Jourdan I. Keith

The Human Estuaries Curriculum

Introduction  |  The Problems  |  Solutions  |  Action Campaign




CAMPAIGN ONE:
Human Estuaries™ Our Polluted Streams

CAMPAIGN TWO:
Strange Fruit: Race, Violence, and Environment

CAMPAIGN THREE:
Saving Limbs, Saving Lives: Women and Green Spaces

CAMPAIGN FOUR:
Does Homophobia Have a Carbon Count? Gender Perception and Safety



Contact Us
Jourdan I. Keith, Founder & Director
206-579-5848 Cell
urbanwildernessproject@yahoo.com
P.O. Box 18874
Seattle, WA 98118

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