The goal of this session is to critically examine how our behaviors and practices in our research can have long-lasting impacts on the communities we work in or with. Now having learned how the geosciences have a legacy of colonialism in their research, it's important we understand that, moving forward, we must acknowledge the people and lands we work with; we include their knowledge in our research; and communicate with them appropriately and timely. We will also explore environmental racism more broadly in how it disproportionately impacts communities of color within the United States and abroad.
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Links to the papers and other resources will be available a week ahead of the session's start date. Live interview links will be emailed to pods.
- Reading (first paper)
- Reading (second paper)
- Reading (third paper)
- How to Facilitate a POD
- Deliverable - Working with Communities of Color
- Working with Communities of Color - Example
- Supplemental Readings (optional)
- Submit Session Deliverable
- Recorded Interview
- Inclusivity Tip Video
- List of Deliverables
- Deliverables Deadline Schedule