Video and Multimedia
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Video 3.1: Racial Disparities and Air Pollution: Who Causes Air Pollution and Who Breathes It
Description: The video and article provide insight into the implications of air pollution. The accompanying article spotlights a study conducted by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that highlights the racial disparity between who causes air pollution and who breathes it. The study outcome indicates environmental inequities: Minorities experience more air pollution than they cause.
Video 3.2: The Danger of a Single Story
Description: Novelist Chimamanda Adichie shares her experience of finding her authentic cultural voice. In her own process of discovery, she shares how her lived experiences reveal the imperative of embracing our overlapping stories of culture and life. Her central message is that if we only hear a single story of another person or country, we will continue down a path of critical misunderstanding.
Audio 3.1: Environmental Groups Seek to Attract Minorities
Description: Elizabeth Miller from National Public Radio reports on how the Flint water crisis illuminated how the environmental movement has left many marginalized groups behind. Environmental groups have since sought to reach out and diversity its membership and make issues and terms more relatable to all community members.
Web 3.1: Project Implicit
Description: Project Implicit is a nonprofit organization and international collaboration between researchers who investigate implicit social cognition. The organization seeks to educate the public about unconscious biases and to provide a virtual laboratory using the Implicit Association Test (IAT).