Environmental and Climate Justice Films
The Orfalea Center’s catalogue of environmental and climate justice films presents documentaries on a wide variety of subjects from seminal moments in environmental justice history to ongoing battles for climate justice.
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A Living History: The Environmental Justice Health Alliance For Chemical Policy Reform
The Environmental Justice Health Alliance for Chemical Policy Reform (EJHA) is a national network comprised of grassroots and advocacy environmental justice organizations located across the country that are built on the history of environmental and economic justice. EJHA affiliate groups…
A People’s History of Utilities
This brief timeline tries to put the different institutions and infrastructure that makes up our energy system today within the context of political and power struggles. How our energy system runs or is governed is not a given. It is…
Age of Uncertainty
The Age of Uncertainty is composed of 12 large hand-embroidered panels, each of which focuses on a singular uncertainty that, in Sawatzky’s words, “keeps us up at night.” There is no ranking or hierarchy among the 12 uncertainties; they are…
Climate Grief & Eco-Anxiety
Over the past six months, these artist residents have engaged in community conversations related to their personal climate narratives, feelings of eco-anxiety, climate grief, and the development of visions for a climate just future. Through these dialogues in monthly workshops,…
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