Philadelphia Area Environmental Justice Curriculum Hub
Posted by Penn Program in Environmental Humanities on February 2, 2021
The Philadelphia Area Environmental Justice Curriculum Hub is a living archive of resources for connecting middle and high school students with sites of environmental justice advocacy in and around Philadelphia. The hub welcomes students, advocates, educators, and artists to contribute any curricular materials, writing, film, interviews, oral histories, and art in the pursuit of racial and environmental justice in the Philadelphia area.
This Spring, PPEH offers a new lunch series, Working Wednesdays, designed to showcase in-progress Community Based Participatory Research (CBPR) straddling theoretical and practical environmental concerns with a focus on our mid-Atlantic region. These sessions take place on Wednesdays, 12:30-1:30 PM sharp.
Our presenters will be PPEH dissertation fellow Andrew Niess and PPEH graduate fellow Davy Knittle, who welcome feedback on their developing project, The Philadelphia Area Environmental Justice Curriculum Hub.
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