NCEJN Collaborators Create Publication
May 13, 2014
Two talented graduate students have been working with NCEJN to expand our statewide outreach. They are taking what they learn from communities and from NCEJN planning committee member Dr. Steve Wing, to tie communities’ experiences with injustice to their academic pursuits. The students, Willie Wright and Pavithra Vasudevan helped produce a publication, The Whirlwind. It contains essays, maps, and poems that explore the connection between race and geography in the United States. One piece in particular challenges those of us working towards environmental justice to think critically about racially motivated violence, the connection to environmental racism, and how it impacts people and environments alike.
Download a copy here: Whirlwind, Vol1, Issue1