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12th October 22

The interconnection between systemic racism, climate change, and climate vulnerability is a crucial aspect that must be addressed within the climate movement. It is imperative that we strive to disrupt the harmful relationships that exist between these issues. It is vital to understand that achieving success in combating climate change is inseparable from the pursuit of social justice. Likewise, addressing social justice concerns is intrinsically linked to addressing the challenges posed by climate change. In essence, both causes are intertwined and must be confronted simultaneously to achieve meaningful progress.

Darren Walker
Darren Walker is the President of the Ford Foundation, an international social justice philanthropy. A champion of the nonprofit sector, he has been included as one of Time’s 100 Most Influential People, Rolling Stone’s 25 People Shaping the Future, Fast Company’s Most Creative People in Business, Ebony Power 100, Out magazine’s Power 50, and was […]
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