ETHN 103: Environmental Racism
This course will examine the theme of environmental racism with a strong focus on the experiences of Native Americans. It will connect these instances of injustice to larger social and settler colonial logics and forces, putting forward a critical approach to understanding environmentalism and justice.
- Gain a sense of the contemporary dynamics of settler colonialism
- Assess the historical significance of the events at Standing Rock, ND
- Create analytical framework to assess injustice
- Convey experiences of environmental racism of CA Native tribes •Obtain and develop constructive dialogue and consultation skills