Resource Hub

Welcome to a preview of the Chisholm Legacy Project Resource Hub

The Resource Hub features resources to support Black climate justice leadership. The resources below have been selected to provide holistic support to those resisting extractivism and creating regenerative and democratic systems in their communities.

This is an ongoing project and these resources are just a small sample of what we plan to include. New resources will be added regularly. Please share your feedback with our team. You can also submit a resource for consideration using this form.

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¿Qué es una Cooperativa de Trabajadores?

Uno de los secretos mejor guardado en este país es la economía creciente de cooperativas de trabajadores y lugares de…

‘1.5°C to stay alive’: climate change, imperialism and justice for the Caribbean

Treating the threat of climate change in the Caribbean as a case study instructive for responses globally, this article examines…

“Not All Parks Are Created Equal”: How Communities Can Ensure Parks Are Accessible for All Residents

Ensuring that residents have equitable access to parks, including facilities and programming that fit their specific needs, can have profound…

#SAYHERNAME Justice Fund

New Voices is dedicated to uplifting the work of Black Women in the Environmental Justice space as well as addressing…

#ShutDownSTEM Resources

Created for scientists and academics, #ShutDownSTEM provides educational resources to combat anti-blackness and generate knowledge around dismantling structural racism within…

1.5°C National Pathway Explorer

In this project, Climate Analytics uses IPCC 1.5°C compatible pathways in combination with more recent lines of scientific evidence to show how…

2021 Arctic Blast Report

As the devastating Arctic storms approached Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, and Tennessee in February 2021, The Smile Trust in partnership…

2021 Worker Cooperative State of the Sector Report

Covering two years of business progress, the 2021 Worker Cooperative State of the Sector is a report on worker-owned and…

2022 Climate-Tech Policy “Boot Camp” for Early Career Researchers

The Center for Clean Energy Innovation at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) is pleased to invite applicants to participate in…

28 preguntas: ¿Estas pensando en empezar una cooperativa de trabajadores? Unas preguntas para revisar antes de reunirse con un abogado

¿Estas pensando en empezar una cooperativa de trabajadores? Unas preguntas para revisar antes de reunirse con un abogado.

A guide to changing racist and offensive names on public lands

Across the United States, thousands of mountains, rivers, lakes and other features on public lands bear racist and offensive names.…

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…

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…

A People’s Orientation to a Regenerative Economy: Protect, Repair, Invest, & Transform

Listen to leaders from the United Frontline Table, a 16-member frontline-led formation working toward regenerative economic policy, as they share…

A Targeted Approach to Worker Co-op Development: Lessons from Mondragon and Northern Italy

PACE of Philadelphia has used an extremely “targeted” strategy for developing worker-owned enterprises in the food business. Our results include…

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