This minicourse is designed to support learning and engagement about climate justice in education. Climate justice involves recognizing the deeply intertwined relationships between people and the natural world and that the climate crisis has a disproportionate effect on the most vulnerable populations on the planet--historically marginalized communities and the natural world. The course is designed around the driving question: How do we heal our relationships with people and the natural world during a time of climate crisis? To address this question, we will examine the historical and ethical dimensions of climate justice; explore our historically, culturally, and socially mediated relationships to places; and examine how multiple species inhabit lands near and far and experience climate vulnerability. We will learn about birds as sentinel species that provide us with warning signs of climate change. The Saturday session of the course will take us outdoors and into the natural world.