Stories of resistance from around the world that have been led by grassroots activists and people of colour communities.
From India to the US via the UK, Skin Deep will look at how different communities continue to organise for climate justice, and what different methodologies and histories we can draw from in creating a broader understanding of climate change in its varied manifestations.
Weaving together music, videos, sound, art, and poetry, we will look at why race, gender, ancestral knowledge and colonial histories should be at the centre of the climate justice movement.
This is a collaborative event created by Skin Deep, Voices That Shake, Platform and Virtual Migrants.
Skin Deep is a London-based multimedia platform that amplifies voices of colour through the discussion of race and culture, inspiring much needed conversations around themes that are usually misrepresented or depoliticised by the mainstream media.
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Skin Deep: POC Resistance - Stories Of Climate Justice