This video series spends time with people who have lived at the intersection of environmental racism and systemic violence. Following Audre Lorde’s wisdom that, ‘without community, there is no liberation,’ each storyteller shares their visions for a future that cares for people, for kinship, and for this earth free of police, military, and carceral violence. We are of this earth and climate justice means liberation for all of us.
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