Climate, Environment, Justice: cultivating action & resilience on Earth Day and beyond

New book display now available in the Library! Come find books centered on themes of climate justice, environmental justice, and activism.

The climate crisis stems from a lineage of colonization and is intertwined with the exploitation and harm enacted on indigenous communities and communities of color, both within the boundaries of present-day United States and around the world. This exhibit seeks to highlight not just this legacy, but also the resilience, the resistance, the activism, and the ongoing creation of new futures.

Books in the exhibit are available to check out, or you can find them in the Library’s featured digital exhibits.

Many thanks to all who contributed to making this exhibit: Lutetia Wang, Ann Matsushima Chiu, Mark McDaniel, Caroline Reul, Lin Liu, Kyle Napoli, Colleen Gotze.