Environmental Justice Film and Speaker Series

presented by Roots and Shoots at Cornell University

History of the Series

The Environmental Justice Film and Speaker Series was started in the Fall of 2007.  The idea for this series spun out of a student initiated Environmental Justice seminar that ran in Spring 2007 at Cornell University.

Members of Roots and Shoots who took the Spring seminar felt that continuing the discussion about EJ issues on campus was crucial because there are currently no permanent EJ class in the Cornell curriculum.

Attend EJ Series events and help us show the University that the Cornell and Ithaca communities want to hear more about EJ issues.



Related Links:

Cornell EJ Resource Center


TBA next semester

Past Events

Nov 15th, 2009: Green Pink Party:  co-hosted with Fistula Free Climb/Sierra Club and Global Development Club--showing of movies "Forests and Family Planning in Madagascar" and "The Shape of Water"-- as well as discussion aided by Professor March on the issues of gender, sexuality and natural resources

Nov 5th, 2008: Scott Perez, graduate student at Cornell in Natural Resources and the American Indian Program gave a talk titled "You can't have sustainability without social justice".