‘A Corrosion of Human Rights’ is inspired by the ‘First Things First Manifesto’ that took place in the early 1960s. Its solution was to focus efforts of design on education and public service tasks that promote the betterment of society. ‘A Corrosion of Human Rights’ is an anthology of essays and articles by women who are lead (past and present) the movement of eco-feminism and climate justice. Curated chronologically, the reader is educated with great depth on the interconnectedness of climate change and issues of social justice. Ultimately, the publication promotes an awareness that the climate crisis is a human rights issue. I want to amplify the voices of grassroots people, who are experiencing the worst effects of climate change.