On April 19th 2016, revolutionary artist and activist Dread Scott visited Bard College to deliver a talk on art and its role in reimagining racial impact on social-political relations today.
(parts 2, 3 + 4 available as well)
We all think we’re aware of what the term “racism” implies, but how often do we consider the notion of “environmental racism”? What factors distinguish environmental racism from other forms of discrimination? And how do (or must) environmental movements coincide with the fight for social equality in order to create a more sustainable and healthy society for all?