January 20, 2020
I want to speak to my fellow able-bodied and/or neurotypical folks about how we can (and must) better incorporate disability justice into sustainability spaces and into our definition of environmental justice.
January 17, 2020
Our dear friend Lacey Lumpkin passed away earlier this year after a courageous battle with cancer. The grief has been heavy and difficult to process and it’s still hard to imagine a future without Lacey. She was a radiant member of the DDCSP UW family; she had an iconic sense of style, the best humor, and an incredible smile.
October 28, 2019
October 25, 2019
Hello Alumni of the Greatest Conservation Network of All Time! Guilu (UM ‘16) and Dyaami (UW ‘14) here. We had the amazing opportunity to assist in the facilitation of Alumni Leadership Cohort 3 with the superstars Teri and Luz this September. We want to share some reflections and thoughts with you about the experience of connection, facilitation, and this phase of our network growth...
September 23, 2019
Stories are an essential part of the human condition. Storytelling allows us to exchange ourselves with one another and build community. Unfortunately, for many of us who belong to marginalized backgrounds, our stories have been defined for us, or ripped from our personhood entirely. We are placed into boxes, told to homogenize our experience, make it palatable to others. Through the Alumni Leadership Cohort, we recognize the vastness of experience, and how storytelling can be used to reclaim that vastness. It is our pleasure to introduce just a glimpse of the diverse narratives that exist within the 3rd annual DDCSP Alumni Leadership Cohort.
June 25, 2019
ELP Reflections from the 2019 PGM ONE Summit
July 2, 2018
DDCSP UW and ALC 1 Fellow, Chris DeLeon, interviews fellow DDCSP UW Alumni, Naanibah Begay