Environmental justice (EJ) is a concept that all people and communities are entitled to enjoy an equally clean environment and resources, regardless of their race and socioeconomic status. Communities that face environmental injustice and higher risk of exposure to environmental hazards due to race, ethnicity, and low socioeconomic status (SES) communities are known as EJ communities (Amiri & Zhao, 2018). Students are to relate discussions to local EJ communities in how hazards affecting air, water, and/or soil affect the population. Be acquainted to the environment in the zip codes where you live and work, especially assigned sites. Be especially mindful that nurses are exposed to environmental toxins; these substances affect nurses and their families.
Refer to Appendix D for Reflective Discussion Grading Rubric.
- Write a review with updates based on the paper’s rubrics and comments.
- Briefly describe what type of healthcare inequity was depicted in the video.
- Discuss the Washington’s’ Relentless Pursuit of Their Runaway Slave, Ona Judge.
- Write a research paper on a country that has a negative political atmosphere.
- To what extent did Roman rule change the civic institutions and administration of the cities of the Greek East?
- Are you impressed by the use of celebrities in product advertisements?
- Discuss and demonstrate how classes provide a blueprint for the objects of the class.
- Write a research paper about the COVID-19 virus’s effects.
- What issues existed concerning immigration in the US in the late-19thand early-20th centuries?
- Write a comparative essay is adopted from the work of Vicki Visis and Jerry Plotnick from the University of Toronto.