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Youth Movements and Climate Change Education for Justice

Kids

"In 2019, youth throughout the world held global student strikes for climate, also known as Fridays for Future, during which they articulated their collective concern and frustration at political inaction on climate change, demanding climate justice. During the same period, through concrete activities on specific lands, drawing attention to the colonial nature of climate change, Indigenous land-based and climate movements have resisted extraction and development projects that fuel climate change..." – By Carrie Karsgaard and Lynette Shultz

Teaching and Learning During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Outlook for the Future

Youth Activism through Critical Arts, Transmedia, and Multiliteracies

"The COVID-19 pandemic has caused, and continues to cause, major disruptions that affect the state of K–12 and college education. More than 290 million students worldwide have experienced learning regressions, anxiety, social isolation, depression, and academic failure. Therefore, its present-day circulation helps reproduce and sustain colonial language hierarchies..." – By Adam Stefanile

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