Add to Calendar   08/04/2020 06:00 PM 08/04/2020 07:00 PM America/New_York Environmental Justice Series: Agro-ecology, Food Sovereignty, and an international Green New Deal
Sunrise Cleveland will facilitate a discussion with other local Cleveland organizers on how we will build a cross-class, multiracial movement in Cleveland.
We’ll delve into what a Green New Deal means to us in our everyday lives, as well as how we face the climate crisis both in our city and in the frontline communities bearing the brunt of climate change’s effects.
This webinar will center environmental justice leaders from organizations in Colombia, Nicaragua, and Puerto Rico with the goal of expanding the mainstream U.S. dialog around climate justice and the Green New Deal to include an internationalist perspective. As we address the climate crisis, it is imperative that we reject capitalist, extractivist, imperialist models of interaction at all levels: interpersonal, national, and international. Join us as we discuss our collective liberation and the end of colonialist corporate control through systems of racism, classism, and patriarchy.
PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:
Quin Galvin (she/her/hers) is a full-time volunteer and fellow with IRTF whose passions in environmental and social justice stem from a long-standing interest in peace studies and conflict resolution. She has been interested and engaged with social justice and people's liberation movements theoretically for years but it was in working with and following the leadership of IRTF that she has stepped into her power as an activist for our collective liberation.
Mayling Martinez is a young peasant leader from rural Matagalpa in northern Nicaragua. She represents the international relations work for the ATC in her department and participates in the international women’s articulation of La Via Campesina.
Fausto Torrez is the Secretary of International Relations for the Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo (ATC) of Nicaragua and coordinates the Operating Secretariat for the Coordinadora Latinoamericana de Organizaciones del Campo, the continental expression of La Via Campesina. He was a part of the founding of the CLOC and La Via Campesina during the 500 year campaign of Black, Peasant, Indigenous and Popular Resistance that took place three decades ago.
Virtual / Online Event 08/04/2020 06:00 PM

Environmental Justice Series: Agro-ecology, Food Sovereignty, and an international Green New Deal

Sunrise Cleveland will facilitate a discussion with other local Cleveland organizers on how we will build a cross-class, multiracial movement in Cleveland.
We’ll delve into what a Green New Deal means to us in our everyday lives, as well as how we face the climate crisis both in our city and in the frontline communities bearing the brunt of climate change’s effects.
This webinar will center environmental justice leaders from organizations in Colombia, Nicaragua, and Puerto Rico with the goal of expanding the mainstream U.S. dialog around climate justice and the Green New Deal to include an internationalist perspective. As we address the climate crisis, it is imperative that we reject capitalist, extractivist, imperialist models of interaction at all levels: interpersonal, national, and international. Join us as we discuss our collective liberation and the end of colonialist corporate control through systems of racism, classism, and patriarchy.
PARTICIPANTS INCLUDE:
Quin Galvin (she/her/hers) is a full-time volunteer and fellow with IRTF whose passions in environmental and social justice stem from a long-standing interest in peace studies and conflict resolution. She has been interested and engaged with social justice and people's liberation movements theoretically for years but it was in working with and following the leadership of IRTF that she has stepped into her power as an activist for our collective liberation.
Mayling Martinez is a young peasant leader from rural Matagalpa in northern Nicaragua. She represents the international relations work for the ATC in her department and participates in the international women’s articulation of La Via Campesina.
Fausto Torrez is the Secretary of International Relations for the Asociación de Trabajadores del Campo (ATC) of Nicaragua and coordinates the Operating Secretariat for the Coordinadora Latinoamericana de Organizaciones del Campo, the continental expression of La Via Campesina. He was a part of the founding of the CLOC and La Via Campesina during the 500 year campaign of Black, Peasant, Indigenous and Popular Resistance that took place three decades ago.
WHEN
August 04, 2020 at 6pm - 7pm
WHERE
Virtual / Online Event

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