Wo C Speak Out: Climate Change And Systems Of Oppression

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Women of Color Speak Out says
We will be saying farewell to Sarra Tekola as she prepares for her next chapter, grad school. We will celebrate all that she is and has offered to us.

Thank you Race and Climate Justice, 350 Seattle for co-hosting this event!

Carpool: https://www.groupcarpool.com/t/h6i4sf
Limited parking. Nearby parking lots: https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?hl=en&mid=10lje00-tYnPft2cSfRFUX2vTzjs

Thank you Race & Climate Justice, 350 Seattle, Greenpeace, Puget Sound Sage, Backbone Campaign, Community Alliance for Global Justice, Grandmothers for Race and Class Equality (GRACE), Seattle Raging Grannies, Washington Enviromental Council, Sierra Club, Sightline, and Stand (Forest Ethics) for supporting our work!
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Women of Color Speak Out on "Climate Change and Systems of Oppression". We connect capitalism, colonialism, racism and the prison industrial complex to climate change. We will discuss subjects of war, corporations, banks, slavery, private prisons, poverty, and white supremacy.

Women of Color Speak Out are four Seattle local climate justice activists: Sarra Tekola, Afrin Sopariwala, Yin Yu, and Zarna Joshi. They were at the forefront of the Shell No protests and have presented at community center, women prison, universities and high schools. Members are associated with various environmental justice grassroots collectives such as Got Green and Rising Tide Seattle.

http://www.wocspeakout.com/
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