The Century Foundation (If you're short on time, you could stop reading after the Health Effects of Environmental Racism section)
Did you know about the intersections between climate justice and racial justice? Between climate justice and other examples of social injustice? How does this change the way you view the climate crisis? What does environmental justice look like to you?
How does the conversation around climate change shift when environmental justice is brought into the discussion? What are the benefits of engaging in this sort of discourse and in what ways can it make discussions and action more difficult?
What should conversations about climate change be focused on? What is it focused on currently? What (if any) changes do we need to make to align the two?
Whose stories are currently missing from the widely shared narrative? What is the public's responsibility to listen to these oppressed voices when it comes to climate justice? How can ignoring these voices be detrimental?
To learn more about how indigenous voices have been silenced and the impact that silencing has had on continuing the climate crisis (specifically in relation to the recent wildfires in California), consider reading this article from NPR.