Feminist Analysis and Implications of the Resolution on Race, Racism, and Climate Reparations
The main objective of the session is to release signed resolution Race, Racism, and Climate Reparations in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, as well as the paper Climate Justice in Black America. We can’t have climate justice without racial justice.
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