Learn about how willing Brooklyn College undergraduate students are to reduce their red-meat consumption to alleviate the climate change crisis.
The poster displays a collage of images displaying the suffering of those who have lost their homes. Below the collage are some of the North Americans I have chosen to highlight.
Humans are losing their connection with nature- the environment that provides us with everything we need to survive. We need to be aware that as we destroy the world that we live in, we are destroying ourselves. Learn more about the environment and its importance in our lives through this project.
This miniature of a recreational room inspired by the art-filled Brooklyn College library is meant to explore the intricacies of ableism.
In this project, we briefly exhibit few motherhood challenges. Such as, The sudden amount of heavy lifting in the form of raising a child can lead to the loss of a mother’s identity, postpartum depression after giving the birth. But no matter what a mother is going through, they always have the pressure to properly support and sustain their child.
This project features 3 collages, comprised of different forms of art and details the journey one can take to achieve diversity.
What’s happening to the U.S. bee population? Is there truly a correlation between carbon emissions and bee populations? Or is it all coincidence?
A recount of the tragic stories of Seneca Village and San Juan Hill: how two communities were stripped of their culture and identity.
Lithium-Ion batteries are not environmentally friendly and have resulted in toxic chemicals and fires. So what are some safer – but yet efficient – alternatives for these battery solutions? This study aims to discover such potential alternatives.
We are now rediscovering the history of New York City’s past and understanding why it was once forgotten and ensure it never happens again.