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Grief and Ecological Loss into Action, Mary Ting

April 30, 2020 Presentation and Q&A over Zoom A presentation about ecological destruction, cultural history, and the urgency of action, with an in-depth focus on education and community projects. Artist, Mary Ting is an adjunct associate professor in the Art

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Student Haiku

This haiku by Angel Jimenez was inspired by The Story of Stuff: Milk she feeds our young Poison in mother’s body Tainted is her gift Angel Pascual Jimenez Gutierrez majors in International Criminal Justice at John Jay College and is

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Impressions from the NYC Climate March September 20, 2019

fotos by Alexander Schlutz

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The Crisis We Wear

by Nicholas Preda My name is Nicholas Preda, I’m a 2018 John Jay graduate with a major in Criminal Justice and a minor in Environmental Justice. My journey started when Professor Tausch (SCI 112) opened my eyes to a global

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The River and the Wall Film Screening

April 15, 2019  Film Screening:  The River and the Wall  Directed by Ben Masters 100 min – 2018 John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 W 59th Street, NY NY 10019 Auditorium L2.63: Early Screening:  4:30 pm, followed by refreshments

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John Jay Ecocinema Cafe

2019 EcoCinema Cafe banner

John Jay College’s 6th Annual three-day marathon of award-winning environmental documentaries. Monday April 15, 2019  through Wednesday, April 17, 2019 in John Jay College’s New Building Student Dining Hall. Full Schedule at:  jjay.cuny.edu/ecocinema Free Tickets at:  http://tinyurl.com/jjc-films Films Screening in

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Alt-Right Reaction to Accepting Climate Change

What Happens When the Alt-Right Believes in Climate Change https://jewishcurrents.org/report/what-happens-when-alt-right-believes-climate-change/ A group of migrants approach a US Navy ship in the Mediterranean Sea in July 2016. Photo: US Navy Report LAST SEPTEMBER, as record-breaking hurricanes thrashed the Caribbean and southeastern US,

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Climate Crisis: The Disturbing Facts; The Cause Debate Informs Policy Debates

    The climate crisis brought on by our use of fossil fuels which is threatening the human habitat was the topic of the entire August 6th 2018 New York Times magazine. The article  presents previously unknown information on how

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Trade Unions & Energy Democracy (TUED) : Progress Report

Bulletin 76 — 30 July 2018 This report is intended to update TUED’s participating unions, allies and supporters regarding the project’s considerable progress so far this year.The first part of the report covers organizational developments. The second part addresses our research

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Call for env justice/racism legislation

Call for environmental justice legislation: Recent threats to environmental protection will have an especially severe impact on people of color and low-income communities, who are disproportionately exposed to environmental health burdens – many of which have roots in intentionally discriminatory land

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