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Catch Me Outside with my Dark Skin, Sapphic Gaze, and Feet covered in Soil

In this blog, Green 2.0 Fellow Ki’Ana Speights explores how their identity as a Black, Queer person intersects with the ecological world, and how they work to reclaim their space in nature. They dissect how White-heteronormative binaries were designed to exclude BIPOC people and make them feel othered. Through the lens of queer ecology, they imagine a future where society can accept and reflect the fluidity of nature.

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Our History and The Why

Serving as the Diversity and Justice Senior Vice President at The Climate Reality Project, Jamiah held DEIJ leadership roles within the political space and worked for progressive organizations and civil rights, before her almost 3-year tenure at The Climate Reality Project.

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