International Offerings

Indigenous People and Environment

As mutually agreed upon

In this session, we explore Indigenous cultures and how the use and protection of the land and environment have been impacted by White supremacy and colonization in different parts of the world. We focus on research on the different ways Indigenous cultures relate to the land and the environment and how the contemporary approach to environmental protection can sometimes follow the principles of White supremacy. These understandings are then extended to a broader discussion on equity in practice.

Learning Objectives:

  • How the impacts of colonization continue to influence opportunity and equity
  • How environmental racism sustains and amplifies oppression
  • How an understanding of systemic injustice can help us advance change in our workplaces and communities

All Ethos trainings include two co-facilitators and one producer to support a seamless experience and social identity representation.

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