Anti-Blackness and Conservation: Dismantling Anti-Black Racism in Conservation

Black individuals and communities have a long history of being targeted for racist violence, exploitation, and discrimination around the globe. Learn how anti-Black racism relates to other forms of oppression, how it shows up in conservation and environmental movements, and what you can do to dismantle it at your organization.

Co-Presented by: Juliette Lee and Karlyn Bradley

Karlyn’s Bio: Karlyn Bradley (They/Them) is a Black, Fat, Queer, Femme, graduate from the University of Arizona. Karlyn is a scholar, theorist, community organizer, artist  and educator. They have been able to use and expand  their knowledge of Intersectional Feminist Theory to create programming that educates and empowers folks around topics of Race, Gender, Sexual Orientation and Power Dynamics. When they are not doing Community work, Karlyn likes to hang out with their friends, eating and cooking a good meal, watching movies. They also like to work on their Podcast Beneath The Surface. Karlyn is Southern California born currently residing in Tucson, Arizona which is the ancestral lands of the Tohono O’Odham and Pascua Yaqui People.

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Contact: Juliette Lee, TREC Senior Consultant

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