#COP27 Week One Recap

Our first week in Sharm El Sheikh Egypt has been full of powerful moments and connections with the movement as we organize for climate justice. This has been an amazing journey for our team and we hope that we are able to connect you to the global afrodescendant experience at COP27. Add your support We…

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Rebroadcast of November 8th 2022 GADCJC Panel: Advancing Racial Justice and Climate Reparations at the UNFCCC and Beyond

Race and racism render Afro-Descendant populations more vulnerable to both the drivers and impacts of climate change; The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Sixth Assessment Report listed colonialism not only as a driver of the climate crisis but also as an ongoing issue that is exacerbating communities’ vulnerability to climate change; The World Conference Against…

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Do You Know Who Holds the Power (and the Air, and the Heat, and the Water…)? 

By Jacqui Patterson
Founder & Executive Director, The Chisholm Legacy Project

Tomorrow, November 8th, is Election Day and all eyes are on the high-stakes races that will determine which party controls Congress. Few are paying attention to local races for Public Service Commissions (PSC) or Public Utility Commissions. But these races have an outsized impact on our lives.

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