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Diana W. Seales

CASC Assistant Director and LEO Adjunct Lecturer

Diana Seales has an extensive background in environmental justice advocacy, environmental project management and community organizing. Copeland creates coalitions between environmental organizations, community and environmental justice groups to benefit environmental justice and health issues. She has expertise in grassroots community organizing and development of non-profit institutions.


Year Degree   School
TBA PhD Community Sustainability, Climate Justice, Gender and Indigenous Studies Michigan State Univesity, East Lansing
2004 MS Environmental Justice University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
1997 BS Tribal Natural Resource Policy Evergreen State University, Olympia, WA

Copeland, D. (2013). Streetcars and highway-widening projects paving the way for injustice. The Michigan Citizen.

Copeland, D. (2013). EMEAC celebrates women and people of color in leadership at community event. The Michigan Citizen.

Copeland, D. (2013). Transformation in Detroit. Transformation Magazine: Vision and Practice for Transformative Social Change.

Copeland, D. (2013). Decolonizing Detroit through higher learning: Universidad Sin Fronteras. The Michigan Citizen.

Copeland, D. (2013). Women in collaborative leadership. The Michigan Citizen.

Copeland, D. (2011). We are the people's movement assembly. The Michigan Citizen.

Copeland, D. (2010). Building "solution city". Healing Garden Journal.

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