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environmental racism: 
Climate justice is racial justice

2 hours & 30 minutes

online: microsoft teams or zoom

members of any organisation (students, staff, volunteers)

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*we offer sliding scale pricing, as we are committed to delivering workshops to as many institutions as possible no matter their size or financial situation.

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workshop description

The degradation of our planet is a pressing issue for us all, however it does not affect us all equally. The Global South suffers the most from the effects of the climate crisis despite contributing to it the least.

Within this workshop, we define environmental racism and explore the ways in which the climate crisis disproportionately affects the Global South with reference to waste dumping, the fast fashion industry and weather extremity. The session further explores how the climate crisis affects people of colour in the Global North, in particular reference to air quality. 

The session culminates in an exploration into what it means to be intersectional in our climate action, what we can learn from activists of colour and a discussion on what can be done at your organisation. 

how many attendees?

We recommend no more than 30 people per session if you would like there to be interaction and discussion within the workshop. However, if you would prefer for it to be more lecture-style, then there is no limit to how many people we can present to.