The Humanize Podcast

S2E11: Climate Justice Touches Everything [A Deeper Dive]

This week, we’re breaking down some of the big takeaways from our conversation with community and climate activist Reverend Yearwood. He shared a powerful call to action for EVERYONE to organize & mobilize on the journey to centering justice in the climate crisis conversation. Join us as we dive into Reverend Yearwood’s 3 MOST impactful clips to better understand the deep connection between climate and ALL aspects of our lives, so we can stand in solidarity with the problem and be a part of the solution.

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We’re exploring:

The disproportionate amount of BIPOC exploited by redlining and gentrification
Courthney Russell Jr shares why siloing can happen in ANY community
Emily Braucher questions the willingness to accept the extractive mentality of fossil fuels
How the poverty mindset impacts climate justice
Courthney and Emily get personal about feelings of hypocrisy
Using your privilege for a greater good
And so much more!

Resources mentioned in this episode:
“The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America” by Richard Rothstein:

“The Willie Lynch Letter and the Making of a Slave” by Willie Lynch:

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