I engage in research, writing and speaking within and across the areas of ecopsychology, ecological and social healing, transformative learning, transpersonal studies, environmental/climate justice, systems of oppression (race, class, environmental), and heuristic inquiries. I am deeply informed by my situated learning as a woman of color and my strong connections to place and the sacred.
October 17th, 2017 | 30 mins 21 secs
colonization, ecopsychology, environment, oppression
‘Oppressions of People and Oppressions of the Earth Go Hand and Hand’. Naropa Professor Jeanine Canty explains the link between social and ecological injustice and how throughout human history, the oppression of people of color has been inseparable from the oppression of the natural world.