Ecopolitics Podcast, Episode 4: Environmental Racism and Justice in Canada

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Title: Ecopolitics Podcast, Episode 4: Environmental Racism and Justice in Canada
Authors: Katz-Rosene, Ryan
Andrée, Peter
Date: 2020
Abstract: Racism and colonialism are deeply entrenched in the field of ecopolitics. In this episode, we talk with Dr. Andil Gosine, professor in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change at York University, and Tzazná Miranda Leal, Workers Rights Organizer and Community Artist with Justice For Migrant Workers about the ways in which racism is woven throughout Canadian environmental history and its impacts on Canadian environmental policy and research. [Produced by Nicole Bedford; Artwork by Adam Gibbard; Transcription by Kika Mueller].
URL: https://www.ecopoliticspodcast.ca/episode-4-environmental-racism-justice-in-canada-2/
http://hdl.handle.net/10393/41426
CollectionÉtudes politiques - Publications // Political Studies - Publications
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