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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 TWO:
Strange Fruit: Race, Violence, and Environment

The Action Campaign

  • Create and distribute positive Afro-centric media about the value of urban forests and wilderness in our lives.
  • Organize so that urban density plans do not sacrifice access to urban forests in low-income neighborhoods.
  • Demand that the persistent toxin of inequality which can be linked to health disparities be accounted for in EPA regulations.
  • Require that the Endangered Species Acts protections expressly include threatened and endangered peoples, cultures and habitat (traditional foods, air , water and shelter), especially those impacted by multiple threats of inequality.
  • Volunteer your expertise to help create the media campaign, compile research materials, make a You Tube video, design a web site, make stickers, raise money. Be Part of the Solution.

The "Strange Fruit" 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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