We are gearing up for Part 2 of our discussion on the recent turmoil in Sri Lanka with Kanya D’Almeida and Quincy Saul. It is the next installment of our series on racial and environmental justice, facilitated by Kali Akuno. If you missed part 1, which focused on the historical background of the Sri Lankan […]
In late October, Kali Akuno and Michelle Eddleman McCormick held an important conversation about preparing for climate disaster as it outpaces all of our models. They focused on the devastating floods that hit Central Vermont this summer, despite Vermont’s projections to be among the most climate stable regions of the US. Video to be posted soon on the ISE’s YouTube channel.
In Fall 2023, we are again offering our collectively taught social ecology overview course diving into our theory and practice. Sign up today!
In Fall 2023, we are offering four online courses. Self-directed versions of classes, college credit, and need-based scholarships available – reach out to us with any questions. Sign up for one today!
Our summer intensive, “All Power to the People!: Social Ecology and the Black Radical Tradition” in Detroit, was hosted with the James and Grace Lee Boggs Center.
The Uses and Misuses of the Just Transition Framework in South Africa: A Conversation with Phethani Madzivhandila
Kali Akuno in conversation with Pan Africanist historian Phethani Madzivhandila on the uses and misuses of the Just Transition framework in South Africa.
To celebrate the second online issue of Harbinger: a Journal of Social Ecology, we hosted a launch party in February. We were joined by several of the authors to offer thoughts and take questions, and held an open discussion on race, white supremacy, and colonialism focused on the different essays in the issue.
Join the Institute for Social Ecology on Wednesday, July 13, at 6pm Eastern Time for a panel discussion with the authors of the new book Racism, Not Race: Answers to Frequently Asked Questions. Register here to attend. The science on race is clear. Common categories like “Black,” “white,” and “Asian” do not represent genetic differences […]
The Institute for Social Ecology is seeking a new Program Director to collaborate with our current staff and board. This position includes a combination of educational programming, organizational administration, promotion/outreach, and public relations. A primary responsibility is to support (and expand) our existing educational programming, including a roster of online courses, one-time events/panels/lectures, in-person (and online) summer […]
Blair Taylor, the ISE’s former Program Director, was recently featured on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered to discuss ecofascism and right wing ecology.