Join us for The Race and Climate Justice Collective’s in person event!

For the past centuries, communities across the globe have been experiencing the damage of wrongful actions and decisions from those who are unable to recognise our inherent interconnectedness with the earth. More than ever before, our collective action for collective care is essential.

In this session, we will explore how we can collectively express ourselves around the loss and damage which is being done to ordinary people and the Earth, irrespective of our rights to self-determination and as a result of colonialism. The only way we can forge the future we need is by coming together. Together in care, in knowledge, in aid, in all of the ways we can. This grounding will be read at the movie screening happening on Wednesday 9th November at Wharf Chambers in Leeds.

look forward to welcoming you into this auspicious space:

Date: Wednesday 9th November 2022

Time: 5:30-9.30 PM

Sophie 11/16/2022

Hello, I was grateful to participate in the collective care for collective grounding event leading up to this, but was unfortunately not able to attend the film as I am far away. However I spoke about it to a diversity and decolonisation group I am part of within the Deep Adaptation Network and we d love to show this film and give more people the chance to see it.
Do you have any leads for whom I could approach to see if this would be possible?
Thankyou very much. In solidarity , Sophie

sarairjn 11/21/2022

Hello Sophie, thank you for your message. Can i ask what you mean in regards to ‘leads’?

kind regards,
Sarai (comms)

Sophie 11/21/2022

HI Sarairjn,
It was for showing the film. Had some further emailing with melany and now I ve been in touch with Jordan , the producer .
All set.

sarairjn 11/21/2022

Ahh Brilliant!

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