How does Art and Culture advance Climate Justice?

3rd November 7-10pm

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How does Art and Culture advance Climate Justice?

Wednesday, 3rd November 7-10pm @ Theatre, CCA

Featuring a new theatre piece from Complicité & Fehinti Balogun. Fehinti tells the story of how, as a Black British man, his path was forever changed by what he learnt about our planet.

Followed by a discussion with the Black & Indigenous Liberation Movement, NDN on ‘What is Climate Justice?’ hosted by Favianna Rodriguez.

  • Fehinti Balogun is an actor, theatre-maker, and activist. Alongside his acting career, Fehinti delivers talks on climate change aimed at a more rounded inclusion in the conversation. As a result of these talks Fehinti has toured around London and south England discussing climate change, taking part in international climate discussions, discovering and discussing the wider climate movement and its erased work.
  • Kailea Frederick (she/her)NDN Collective, Climate Justice Organizer, is a mother of Tahltan, Kaska and Black American ancestry. She grew up off the grid in Maui, Hawai`i and feels raised by quiet spaces and intimately tied to Honua, our island earth.
  • Reverend Lennox Yearwood JrHip Hop Caucus – President & CEO of Hip Hop Caucus, a minister, community activist, U.S. Air Force veteran, and one of the most influential people in Hip Hop political life.
  • Leo Cerda – Black & Indigenous Liberation MovementClimate activist and indigenous rights defender focusing on efforts to build a more just and sustainable society. from the Kichwa community of Serena in the Ecuadorian Amazon. 
  • Representative from Nia Tero
  • Chinasa chee•nah•sah – SustainUS COP26 QT2SBIPOC Youth Delegation – currently creating and imagining within the intersections of Social Practice, Urban Design, Textiles, Critical Ethnic Studies (specifically Black Feminist Thought, which is and therefore includes Queer Theory) & Ecology at California College of the Arts in occupied Chochenyo & Ohlone territory, recognised by the United States federal government as Oakland, CA. 
  • Favianna Rodriguez – interdisciplinary artist, cultural organizer and social justice activist


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