Embedded Sources

Several essays in this collection included embedded hyperlinks. For readers using a hardcopy of this reader, we provide a list below of each chapter’s embedded sources and the URL where you can find it.

Chapter 2: “In Honor of Earth Day: Composting at a Workplace”

  1. Portland, that collects compost:
  2. Coffee grounds:
  3. materials:
  4. Freecycle:
  5. carbon-nitrogen:
  6. home system:
  7. compost’s boundaries:
  8. Ubran Farm Collective


Chapter 3: “Decolonize Your Diet!”

  1. Luz’s Decolonial Cooking Club:
  3. 2010. From I’Itoi’s Garden: Tohono O’Odham Food


Chapter 6: “Of Heart and Logistics”

  1. website:


Chapter 8: “Considering Consumption in Teaching Latinx Migration”

  1. Alan Palaez Lopez:
  2. Sun Mad:
  3. Sun-Raid:


Chapter 9: “El Encuentro/The Encounter. A Review”

  1. here:
  2. DailyKos
  3. her page:
  4. International Latino books Award in 2012:


Chapter 10: “Queer Trans Latinx Environmentalisms”

  1. Queer Latinidad: Identity Practices, Discursive Spaces
  2. Translocas
  3. Slow Violence and the Environmentalism of the Poor
  4. “LatinX Botanical Epistemologies”:
  5. Chicana/o Studies and Ecology: Subversive Kin
  6. Latinx Environmentalisms: Place, Justice, and the Decolonial
  7. Environmentalism and Economic
  8. The Routledge Companion to Latino/a Literature
  9. The Extractive Zone
  10. Climate Change from the Streets
  11. a 2018 Pew Research Center report:
  12. Transmovimientos: Latinx Queer Migrations, Bodies, and Spaces
  13. Anthropocene or Capitalocene?
  14. Mariposas Rebeldes:
  15. Jesse Pratt López:
  16. Reign, Vogue, 8 March 2021:
  17. “trans” as a prefix:


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