The Intersection of Climate Change and Racism in the Southern US

>> SAL at New York Climate Week 2023 <<

The Southern U.S. bears the brunt of the climate crisis in the U.S., with hurricanes, sea level rise, tornadoes, drought, and severe storms affecting millions of people and their homes, land, waters, farms, and livelihoods. Racism and economic injustice cause these impacts to fall disproportionately on Native, Black, Brown, and low-wealth communities, as well as on young people.

This workshop will explore how SAL tools help build and strengthen movements in the South (and beyond) to address climate change, racial and environmental justice, and to heal from racism and environmental harm.


Wednesday, September 20, 2023

10.30am – 12.30pm (New York)
12 East 41st Street, Room 701, Manhattan

followed by
1-hour listening circle (optional)

in English, interpreted into Spanish

All are welcome.
No registration required.

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