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Islander Resources for Further Engagement

The new Scottish folk-inspired musical Islander explores many important themes. Read more about these issues and get involved with the following resources. (And there are so many more out there! Keep your curiosity going and do your own search at your local library or online.)


  • Main Street America – The Main Street movement is the leading voice for preservation-based economic development and small-town and community revitalization across the country.
  • Economic Development Council (EDC) for Island County – Based in Washington State’s Island County, the EDC for Island County works to create a thriving economic environment where business can grow and create jobs for residents in a way that enhances and preserves the islands’ unique quality of life.



  • Indigenous Action to Save Our Earth: The Red Deal – A powerful guide to Indigenous liberation and the fight to save the planet. Check out The Red Nation’s accompanying free PDF with a 10-point program, background info, and more.
  • Additional resources from the Aspen Institute – Environmental justice intersects with public health, education, and social justice. Learn more about how these issues are related and what others are doing to highlight their interconnectedness at the national level.
  • Additional resources from The Sierra Club – The Sierra Club is the most enduring and influential grassroots environmental organization in the United States. They amplify the power of their millions of members and supporters to defend everyone’s right to a healthy world.


For further reading, check out Seattle Public Library's Islander-inspired book list, which also includes various films and music.