The Federal Election is just around the corner on May 21st and this is a critical time for us to take action for climate justice! For young people of colour who care about climate justice right around the continent, this is an opportunity to fight for the justice-centric solutions we need to see for our futures, our communities, and our family across the world. 

 

We know that our immigrant and religious parents, relatives and extended communities can be hard to talk to about climate change and the issues facing the world we live in - so the POC Climate Network & ARRCC (Australian Religious Response to Climate Change) are hosting a 'How to talk to your immigrant and/or religious parents about climate change' session! It'll be partly debriefing and venting and hearing from POC who have done it successfully, and also brainstorming ways that we can make progress with the people closest to us.

 

This will run alongside the Youth Decide 'deep canvassing' your friends and family stream happening that Tuesday 19 April - you can read more on what deep canvassing and persuasive conversations look like during elections here!

 

This is an event for folks who identify as people of colour, and you're welcome to bring friends along - just get them to RSVP so they can get the Zoom link! ✨

WHEN
April 21, 2022 at 7:00pm - 8:15pm
WHERE
Zoom
RSVP for Zoom link! -
Australia
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Add to Calendar 04/21/2022 19:00:00 04/21/2022 20:15:00 Australia/Melbourne POC Climate Network: How to talk to your immigrant and/or religious parents about climate change! Check https://www.aycc.org.au/pocnetwork_immigrantparents for the latest info. RSVP for Zoom link! -, Australia Grace Vegesana [email protected]
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Grace Vegesana · · 0416942034
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Megan Chatterton Vini Gupta Yehansa Dahanayake Alex Cheng Fahimah Badrulhisham Hareem Abbasi Joannie Lee Grace Vegesana

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Megan Chatterton
Vini Gupta
Yehansa Dahanayake
Alex Cheng
Fahimah Badrulhisham
Hareem Abbasi
Joannie Lee
Grace Vegesana

POC Climate Network: How to talk to your immigrant and/or religious parents about climate change!

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