Decolonising the Environmental Movement
- Event date:
- 11th November 2021
Through their projects and research, both Sarah Hussain and Serayna Solanki are providing spaces for marginalised communities and people of colour to engage with nature as a means of changing the narrative around who has a say in the Climate Change Movement.
They are working within education and research, community and organisational partnerships, to create and highlight dialogue around climate justice through personal and community storytelling.
Hosted by Dr. Sheree Mack, this event is part of Northumberland National Park’s Future Landscapes Festival which hopes to inspire everyone to think about why nature is important to them and what our iconic National Park landscapes may look like in the future.
This event is free thanks to funding from Arts Council England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Joining instructions will be sent ahead of the event.
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