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HarvardEJhub

A community hub to share stories and resources to help you advocate for environmental justice
In the process of being written :)
We are currently going through an environmental crisis—and the Harvard community has the potential to change the narrative of environmental injustice.
But we need more students, alumni, faculty, staff from every Harvard school and institution to organize together in solidarity for justice, both environmental or otherwise. We need you.

The Harvard EJ hub is a resource that will emerge from conversations and workshops from students, alumni, faculty, workers, and other community members.
It will include
What organizations are on campus and what campaigns and projects they’re working on, and how you can get involved
Stories and resources!
You have a part in determining what’s in this hub!


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With a diverse community of over 23,000 students, 400,000 alumni, and 13,000 faculty and staff, and with the richest university endowment of the world totaling $53 billion entrenched in investments around fossil fuels and unethical land holdings (Harvard University, 2021), Harvard University is a key place to examine the struggle for environmental justice.

Telling the story of Harvard's movement towards EJ and how you can get involved
A community-led resource hub to help you get involved with EJ advocacy


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