Diaspora Ecosystem Census
Generation Green is an ecosystem that strives to foster an intergenerational network, community, and platform that fortifies youth leadership in the environmental liberation movement throughout the Afrikan Diaspora. We do diasporic organizing around Black liberation and its intersections with land, environment, climate, and place.

Environmental Liberation (EL) is Generation Green's foundational ideological framework posed to claim a decolonized, regenerative, and autonomous future. EL critically analyzes the injustices in the environment(s) of the Black experience that stem from colonialism, racial capitalism and white supremacy. This framework seeks to return Black people around the world to their ancestral connection and relationship to the Earth.

We seek to build collective power by building community, organizing and mobilizing around a common agenda, and working to build a world where we thrive. We’re connecting with Black folx across the diaspora to see where we align and how we can best support each other.
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What is the difference between race, ethnicity, and nationality?
Race is a social construction that divides people into a hierarchy based on physical and social traits. The most common racial identities are: Black or African, White or European, Asian, Pacific Islander, and Indigenous American.

Ethnicity is a group of people who identify with each other, share a language, history, and ancestral background. Examples of an ethnic group in America: Gullah Geechie, Afro-Southern, Creole, Caribbean et cetera. Examples of ethnic groups internationally: Yoruba, Afro-Antillean, Maroon et cetera

Nationality is a legal identification identifying someone as a subject or national of a state. Examples: Nigerian, American, Jamaican.
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