Join Movement Generation for Part Two of their Race, Class, and Ecology Series:
Heal the Planet, Heal the People: Black Liberation and Ecology
As ecological justice organizers we’re clear that the chaos of Climate Change – from Hurricane Katrina to Super-storm Sandy to severe drought in East Africa – has hit Black and Brown communities first and worst. Therefore, we believe that the global liberation of black people is essential to the preservation of life on earth in the face of Climate chaos.
Join us on Thursday, January 22 at Ile Omode school to discuss Black Liberation and Ecology during “Heal the People, Heal the Planet”, Movement Generation's next event in the Race, Class, and Ecology series where we will explore the dynamics of capitalism, climate change, eco-justice, and Black liberation.
Nene Igietseme - Community organizer from Boston and the Climate Justice Fellow at the Center for Story-Based Strategy.
Nehanda Imara - Oakland resident, dedicated activist, organizer, educator and adjunct teacher for African American and Environmental Studies at Merritt College.
Ile Omode’s West African Drum and Dance Corp
Jazz Hudson - an international Poet, Artist, & Educator who serves a host of communities seeking transformation through art. With a holistic approach to content & development, her interdisciplinary work engages audiences in dialogue and activism that extend beyond the page and stage. She is a recent recipient of the 2013 Oakland Indie Social Changemaker Award.
Chef, educator, and award-winning author Bryant Terry offering signed copies of his new cook book Afro Vegan. Afro Vegan was named by Amazon.com as one of the best cookbooks of 2014.
**Free Catered dinner from Soul’s Restaurant served on first come basis**
8924 Holly St
Oakland, CA 94621
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