We believe communities of color, particularly Black and Indigenous communities, bear the greatest burden of poor health, environmental degradation and pollution, disinvestment of public resources, and reliance on an extractive petrochemical economy.
The Collective develops its wealth redistribution strategies based upon the understanding that environmental and climate justice intersects with many social issues: gender justice, reproductive justice, economic justice, healing and trauma, and more.
The Environmental Justice Resourcing Collective is a group of nine women of color environmental justice movement leaders. The Collective, which formed in 2020, resources work that builds power in communities of color, and grows movements for racial, social, economic, and environmental justice. This work is led by and for the communities most impacted by environmental racism, climate change, and unjust systems.