“Juneteenth” has been recognized by black communities in the U.S. since 1865, but only recently has it turned into a national reckoning. And while acknowledging Juneteenth as a holiday is a step in the right direction, deeper conversations and actions should take place every day.
Green 2.0 Deputy Director Adriane Alicea talked with The Ocean Foundation’s Eddie Love about drawing strength from community, how to use organization resources to promote equity and not worrying about having uncomfortable conversations.
Moriah Byrd is a young conservationist seeking to find her footing in a sector that lacks diverse representation. Our team invited Moriah to share her experiences and insight related to her budding career in marine conservation.
Jordan Alexander Williams, is a Queer Hoodoo, earth tender & future ancestor, moving towards life and shaping change. Not only is Jordan all of the things above and more, but they live their life unapologetically as they fight for universal justice.
To encourage normalizing D.E.I.J. conversations across the environmental sector, Eddie Love invited powerful individuals in the sector to raise awareness, inform, and inspire our collective industry to know better, be better, and do better.
We stand in solidarity with the black community as there is no place or room for hatred or bigotry across our ocean community.
Are you a world changer1? This is the daunting question I ask myself on daily basis. Growing up as a young black man in Alabama, I experienced and witnessed racism, …