In this time of challenge and opportunity we are making space to listen and learn from our communities to take action.
In celebration of EYEWITNESS, Climate Generation is offering a virtual series to uplift and listen to a diverse range of voices sharing stories that influence our social and political reality. During each event, hear from musicians, artists, and storytellers, and engage in action opportunities.
Climate change and racism are inextricably linked, and we cannot effectively address one without addressing the other. Sharing stories by the people who are most affected is critical for understanding the complexity of the moment and to shift dominant narratives.
The climate crisis is disproportionately and immediately impacting our Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities. Climate justice is racial justice. A better world is possible — for all of us, and our reality is demanding it now.
Workshops will take place virtually on Crowdcast, from 12pm-1pm CST.
The Critical Intersection of Racial Injustice and Climate Change
Thursday, August 6th
Dismantling the Old: Shifting the Narrative
Tuesday, August 18th
with special guests Erin Sharkey, Strong Buffalo, and Ben Weaver
Rebuilding the New: A Better World is Possible
Tuesday, September 22nd
Join us for a book club meeting with facilitated discussion around Eyewitness: Minnesota Voices on Climate Change.
Book clubs will take place virtually on Zoom, from 7-8pm CDT. Registration required, limited to 30 participants at each event.
Wednesday, August 12th
Thursday, September 3rd
Want to host a private book club meeting? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.