Reprint

Anti-racist Perspectives on Sustainabilities

Edited by
August 2023
160 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8399-0 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-8398-3 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Anti-racist Perspectives on Sustainabilities that was published in

Business & Economics
Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

The value of this volume, entitled “Anti-Racist Perspectives on Sustainabilities”, which includes insights from Black, Indigenous, immigrant, and settler communities, lies in its potential to transform our approach to environmental and social challenges. These communities have long endured the adverse effects of environmental degradation and climate change, often due to historical injustices and systemic racism. We developed more comprehensive and contextually appropriate sustainability solutions by integrating our unique knowledge, experiences, and cultural values. In this reprint, by emphasizing inclusivity and representation in decision making, we ensure that policies and initiatives address these communities' diverse needs and aspirations. Moreover, dismantling systemic racism within sustainability efforts is ethically imperative and vital to foster a more equitable and resilient society. Ultimately, embracing anti-racist perspectives on sustainability paves the way for a more sustainable future that uplifts and empowers all individuals and communities, promoting social justice alongside environmental stewardship.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© by the authors
Keywords
reconciliation; anti-racism; anti-racist ally; arts-based educational research; monologue; self-study; unsettling the settler; decolonizing research; citizen science; digital health; health equity; data sovereignty; self-governance; indigenous health; two-eyed seeing; climate change; food security; subsistence; food security; food sovereignty; Indigenous; Alaska Native; anti-racist practice; decolonization; land management; land stewardship; futures; land back; decolonizing research; pedagogy; sustainability; anti-racist; critical ethnography; reflexivity; development; Indigenous knowledge; decolonization; environmental education; two-eyed seeing; third space; Sankofa; Umunthu; localization; NGOs; food sovereignty; agroecology; development; Indigenous; Indigenous knowledge; sustainable development; sustainability; education; decolonize; traditional knowledge; post-secondary education; racism; health; social determinant of health; acculturation; social justice; discourse analysis; public health research; high-skilled immigrant; Canadian job market; low job market integration; mental well-being; mental health & well-being; n/a