Recognizing that the prejudices and injustices BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) communities face extend within the boundaries of the outdoor spaces we love and protect, CLCC is committed to staying engaged and involved–both internally within our organization and through the services and programs we offer–in taking action toward a fully inclusive future.
As one small step forward, each month a CLCC staff member will be discussing and then recommending a resource, individual, or organization who they’re following as we actively work to address the systemic racism we encounter personally and professionally.
This month’s recommendation, Green 2.0, comes from CLCC’s Sandy Breslin Conservation Fellow, Katharine Lange:
“Green 2.0 is a fantastic starting point for anyone in the environmental non-profit world to see who is working in the field, who’s not, and more importantly, strategies to change those numbers.”
Read Katharine’s full recommendation >>
How is your land trust addressing equity in your organization, your land conservation work, and in your community? What support do you need?
We invite you to learn alongside us, Rebecca, Cristina, Katherine, and I.
P.S. Want to learn more? See CLCC’s list of anti-racism resources for the land conservation community >>