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What we do


We engage in storytelling and education via social media, microdocs and live discussion sessions to help people learn about digital and climate justice.


We co-create solutions with communities, such as our risk mapping project, community resilience gardens and advocacy tools.


We specialize in accessible research. Our team writes policy frameworks, white papers and toolkits for equitable, green, connected communities.

Environmental Justice Mapping and Storytelling

The Undivide Project Team partnered with students and faculty from across Georgetown University to create multimedia tools demonstrating the impacts of environmental injustice, economic and digital divestment. This website explores these issues with a set of story maps that demonstrate the layered hazards present in the community and their impacts on residents.

Digital Divestment X Climate Justice StoryMaps

The Undivide Project team (Monica, Erik, Anthony) partnered with a member of ESRI’s Social Justice Team to create a series of StoryMaps that illustrate how social justice, digital justice and climate justice intersect. In Buzzard Point DC, we mapped how a history of racial inequity and lack of Internet access created multiple level of risk in an already overburdened community.

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Social Impact Heroes: Why & How Monica Sanders of ‘The Undivided Project’ Is Helping To Change Our World.

Imposter syndrome is fake. Just keep going. As I said, I have had struggles with this phenomenon. Then I realized it is the product of anxiety and to a lesser extent, societal expectations. It is not a real thing that can have an impact beyond allowing it to have one.

Expert Monica Sanders Analyzes Disproportionate Impact Of Natural Disasters On BIPOC Communities

Natural disasters in recent years are steadily increasing, reaching apocalyptic levels. The Institute of Economics and Peace recorded 39 occurrences in 1960 that significantly jumped to 396 climate change disturbances in 2019.

“También hay un costo por inacción”, así hablan los testigos del cambio climático

A Monica Sanders nadie tiene que explicarle las amenazas del cambio climático. Proviene de una familia hondureña que tuvo que migrar por los efectos del Huracán Andrew en los 90´s y en el 2004 tuvieron que evacuar de Luisiana, Estados Unidos, por el impacto del Huracán Katrina.

Policy Paper – How the nation’s emergency management agency can confront climate change, inequity and the digital divide

September is National Preparedness Month. Emergency managers and public safety professionals are on the frontlines of climate change. That is becoming part of a healthy conversation about our collective future. But what about unconnected and under-connected communities? How can they get critical information about risk?