Learn methods of engaging with the movement for ecological justice
Meet with experts who have dedicated their lives to immigrants rights, homelessness, urban farming, hunger relief, and more!
This pop-up is designed to expand our thinking around what counts as “native” in the U.S. Get a behind-the-scenes look at NYC a true global city, while integrating the ecological notions of belonging with social and political ones. Meet with some of the most innovative and effective social and environmental organizations in NYC, engaging with leaders in natural resource management, immigrant’s rights, immigration law, and homelessness. Debate the dynamics of gentrification, work on an invasive plant removal project on the Bronx River, participate in a dumpster-diving tour of Midtown Manhattan, and learn plant identification and foraging in Central Park.
This course is available for 1 credit. It will occur through the entirety of intersession break.