Mentioned in (the) Media


“The Green Confessions of Nat Turner: The Rich and Varied Roots in Black Environmental Liberation Theology,” Sojourners Magazine, May 2016.

“African Americans, Eco-Resistance, and Eco-Inequality: Homestead Grays and Frick Park,” Sojourners, January 13, 2016

“‘A Garden So Brilliant with Colors, So Original in Its Design’: Rural African American Women, Gardening, Progressive Reform, and the Foundation of an African American Environmental Perspective  in Virtual Edition on Race, Justice, and Civil Rights, Environmental History, March 2015.

Opinion Pages

Should Overcrowded National Parks Have Restricted Access?” “National Park Maintenance Is an Issue that Doesn’t Resonate With Many African-Americans,” Room for Debate, The Opinion Pages, New York Times

“Saving People and the Environment,” Black Churches and a New Generation of Protest, Room for Debate, The Opinion Pages, New York Times


Publishers Weekly

Reader’s Corner, Afro

Science and Technology Reviews, Library Journal (scroll down to science)


100 Most Read Books About National Parks, Book Riot

The Black Church Never Left the Outdoors, Lowell Lecture, Boston University

Martin Luther King Jr: Ecological Thinker,

“Black Clergy Seek to Bridge the Green Gap,  Huffington Post

“African Americans . . . The Environment . . . Healing,” Soul Pitt Quarterly.

“Claiming Her Roots,” “Alumni Ink,” Emory Magazine

Mentioned in “Roots Revisited,” East Bay Express

“Parks for All,” Elevation Outdoors Magazine

Atlanta Journal Constitution

“Go Green,” Black Enterprise, August 2007


The African American Church Never Left the Outdoors,” “Saving Ourselves, Saving Our Communities” Panel, 2014 National Black Writers Conference.


“Looking Back on African American Environmental History,” The Allegheny Front, Public Radio

“Revisiting Diamonds from Sierra Leone: Environmental, Diasporic, and Historical Contexts,” WBEZ91.5, Chicago Public Media.

“Reclaiming the African American Environmental Heritage,” Chapter, Verses, and Volumnes.

Radio Interview, Memphis Public Library


Mentioned in “Camp We All Get Along,” Detroit Diary

Mentioned in “Field Notes From the Future,” Children & Nature Network (scroll to bottom of page)

“Rooted in the Earth  Book is Out!” Chocolate & Arugula.

“Rooted in the Earth,” The Scheicher Spin

“Rooted in the Earth: Reclaiming the African American Environmental Heritage Interview with Author Dianne Glave,” EcoSoul Wisdom

“Rooted in the Earth — A Testimony of Love for the Environment,” Outdoor Afro

“Dianne Glave’s Rooted in the Earth,” Chocolate & Arugula

“Avatar and Environmental Justice,” Outdoor Afro

Guest Blogs:

“The Wild: An African American Environmentalist Faces Her Fear,” Children & Nature Institute

“Can a Year on a Farm Based on Animal, Vegetable, Miracle Really Work” (Book Review),” Evangelical Environmental Network


10 Notable African Americans Fighting for the Environment, Accokeek Foundation.

Member, National Advisory Board, Emory CREATE (Culture, Religion, Ethics, and the Environment) Program, 2014-Present

SF Environmental Black History Month Black Environmentalist List

“Class Notes,” Candler School of Theology, Emory University

E-Letter, Legacy on the Land

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