Regeneration Pathways explores how Caribbean peoples can reimagine and reform our societies over time to address the root causes of environmental challenges. By working with a diverse network of partners, we co-create pathways to living regeneratively using creative, experiential, and fun initiatives.
Fenceline Watch is dedicated to the eradication of toxic multigenerational harm and the rapid oil and gas expansion in the Gulf Coast on communities living along the fenceline of industry.
The Environmental Law Institute (ELI) and Howard University School of Law are collaborating to create the Environmental Justice Clerkship at ELI, a clerkship program designed to train, mentor, and ultimately retain more law students of color in the field of environmental law while advancing meaningful environmental justice efforts.
The Thurgood Marshall Civil Rights Center’s mission is to serve as the University’s flagship institutional setting for the study and practice of civil rights, human rights, and racial justice law and advocacy.
The Environmental Law Alliance Worldwide (ELAW) is a global alliance of attorneys, scientists, and other advocates collaborating across borders to help communities speak out for clean air, clean water, and a healthy planet. Through targeted funding they work to build the capacity of community advocates to protect communities and the environment through law.
Hip Hop Caucus uses the power of cultural expression to empower communities who are first and worst impacted by injustice by strengthening democracy while advocating for climate, environmental, and economic justice and human and civil rights. With TCI’s support, they work to map issues at the intersection of climate and race and develop a tangible divest/invest/both campaign strategy to engage communities and stakeholders.