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Joint Research Workshop for EJ and Human-Planetary Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Sibyl Diver
26:59
We invite you to get involved with the Stanford Environmental Justice Working Group!Website: https://www.ejstanford.com/Twitter: https://twitter.com/EJWGStanfordFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/EJWGStanford/ Email listserv: https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/listinfo/ejworkgroup
Sibyl Diver
27:13
Solidarity actions you can take:1) Learning about Indigenous peoples where you are, e.g., https://native-land.ca/2) Learning about Land Acknowledgements, e.g. listen to Dr. Cutcha Risling Baldy's presentation, What Good is a Land Acknowledgement? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-WgxfugOtAY3) Participating in Indigenous-led "Land Back" movements , e.g., Sogorea Te Land Trust programs https://sogoreate-landtrust.org/shuumi-land-tax/
Sibyl Diver
30:22
Catherine Flowers (keynote speaker) -https://www.ioes.ucla.edu/person/catherine-flowers/https://www.macfound.org/fellows/class-of-2020/catherine-coleman-flowersNew book!  Waste: One Woman's Fight Against America's Dirty Secret  -- https://thenewpress.com/books/wasteYou are invited to get involved with the Guardian project Catherine is leading!https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/feb/11/sanitation-sewage-community-tell-us?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other
Sibyl Diver
31:42
Emily Polk (Q&A moderator)-https://profiles.stanford.edu/emily-polkhttps://www.empolk.com/
Sibyl Diver
32:56
https://justmercy.eji.org/
Sina Winkel
47:50
Catherine, thanks so much for your insights. All the best from Germany to you all!
Sibyl Diver
01:04:42
https://www.wmcactionnews5.com/2021/05/01/dozens-gathered-alonzo-weaver-park-protest-byhalia-pipeline/
Sibyl Diver
01:04:43
https://twitter.com/justinjpearson?lang=en
Annie Phillips
01:12:44
What is Catherine’s org’s website? I missed it.
Sibyl Diver
01:13:00
https://www.creej.org/founder
Annie Phillips
01:13:14
thank you.
Sibyl Diver
01:13:26
Great question — thank you, Annie!
Emily Polk
01:14:45
Please write your questions in the chat!
William Tarpeh (he/him)
01:17:34
Catherine— can you talk more about how you envision collaborating with water treatment engineers who develop new technologies? What are the modes through which engineers can contribute, and also how engineers can learn/prepare to engage with organizations like CREEJ?
Subhash Bhore
01:23:14
Catherine, Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts. I have a couple of questions. 1) What type of environmental changes you see that makes you worrisome for the future generation? 2) What are your thoughts on - What needs to be done to boost environmental health?
Sibyl Diver
01:25:36
FYI, WEJAC is the White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/statements-releases/2021/03/29/white-house-announces-environmental-justice-advisory-council-members/
Noraa Alkhamis (she/her)
01:31:22
How can we get people from wealthier communities to think more critically about climate change?
Gianalberto Losapio
01:32:30
Thank you so much, Catherine, so inspiring. Your sentence “the problem is when corporations are treated like people, and people treated like things” is so true. Do you think that the analogy can be extended to “treating nature/environment as exploitable resource?”. Furthermore, re community engagement and scientists failing in doing so. Do you think that part of the issue may be associated with the Cartesian dichotomy between object and subject?
Sina Winkel
01:33:09
fyi:https://www.planetaryhealthalliance.org/
michele barry
01:43:25
Stanford is starting a new school of sustainability. In the deliberative stage. How would you advise them to engage the community?
christopher leboa
01:43:42
Is there any leverage of the White House advisory council to include Environmental justice into environmental science high school curriculum / AP curriculum ?
Sibyl Diver
01:43:49
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Historically_black_colleges_and_universities
Giulio De Leo (he/him)
01:44:15
Fantastic talk, Catherine, thank you!how do we reconcile a society that seems more divided than ever?
Emily Polk
01:46:02
https://www.ejstanford.com/community-spaces--allied-institutions.html
Sibyl Diver
01:49:14
Thanks to the community groups on the call that are doing the work. For example, https://ejcw.org/
Ella Norman
01:51:24
Additional resources :Catherine Flowers -  Waste: One Woman's Fight Against America's Dirty Secret  -- https://thenewpress.com/books/wasteYou are invited to get involved with the Guardian project Catherine is leading!https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/feb/11/sanitation-sewage-community-tell-us?CMP=Share_iOSApp_OtherStanford EJ Working Grouphttps://www.ejstanford.com/Human-Planetary Health Initiativehttps://ecohealthsolutions.stanford.edu/sites/default/files/2021-04/human-and-planetary-health_at_tanford.pdf
Ella Norman
01:51:36
RSVP for our two upcoming sessions here: www.tinyurl.com/ejandhealthWed 5/12, 2pm PacificPanel Discussion: Building Respectful EJ/Health Research Collaborations* Rachel Morello-Frosch - UC Berkeley; and White House Environmental Justice* Elaine Flores-Ramos - Center for Global Mental Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health  Advisory Council member* Kajal Khanna -  Emergency Medicine; Pediatrics;  Maternal & Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)* David Gonzalez -  Stanford EIPER Program * Dan Sakaguchi - Communities for a Better Environment
Ashley Hazel
01:54:53
What a wonderful hour. Thank you SO much!
Anushka Goel
01:54:54
Thank you Catherine and everyone who organized this!
Annie Phillips
01:54:58
I’m so lucky to have been here!
Noraa Alkhamis (she/her)
01:54:58
Thank you!!!
William Tarpeh (he/him)
01:54:59
Phenomenal book!
jane willenbring
01:54:59
thank you!!!!
anna kogler
01:55:01
Thank you!
Lorelay Mendoza Grijalva
01:55:09
Thank you!
Alex Thomsen (SFEP) [she/her]
01:55:11
Thank you so much!
Kaitlyn Mitchell (she/her)
01:55:11
Thank you so much, Catherine, and the organizers!
Hanna’s iPhone
01:55:12
Thank you!
Martin Lopez
01:55:13
sUPER!!!!
Jessica Pullen
01:55:18
Thank you so much! Incredibly inspiring talk