Reparations in various forms can address climate change and the needed cultural changes which must come before and during these redressments. This is precisely what Project Do Better advocates, particularly during Phases II and III, although communities may opt to edit their editions of the Do Better manual, freely available in editable form from me, to start that phase of the Project sooner. Any community may decide to update their own Project Do Better community manual, as distinct and derived from the current #ProjectDoBetter manual, which starts by emphasizing free forms of intensive community and self-education, in Phase I, before emphasizing greater housing, reparations, and land-related advocacy in Phase II:
“A reparative stance for climate change policy begins with granting reparations for Black Americans and advancing land reclamation for Native Americans as a moral responsibility to minimize climate change impacts for the most vulnerable…”ManannanAD and Perry
(from The Brookings Institute …)
1.) Thoughtful Readers, share your ideas for long term climate change related solutions, please.
2.) Write a story, post or comment here, that uses those thoughts.
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Thoughtful Readers, please consider reading about #ProjectDoBetter. This work is my personal way (as opposed to founding the Project, overall) of contributing to building tools that can help increase empathy and compassion in our world. Story, as part of how we see our world, helps us make sense of and define our actions in this world. And remember how important story is also as part of this project. Let’s Do Better.
Shira Destinie A. Jones, MPhil, MAT, BSCS
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Reblogged this on Ned Hamson's Second Line View of the News.
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Thank you, Ned.
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