Climate justice advocates offer Hope in Resistance with livestream from the Cultch on November 25
SFU Public Square and Vancity presenting an online forum featuring three climate-justice advocates on November 25.
Hope in Resistance will include presentations from Melina Laboucan-Massimo (cofounder of Indigenous Climate Action), Anjali Appadurai (climate justice lead at Sierra Club BC), and Naisha Khan (cofounder of Banking on a Better Future). The event will be moderated by Nahlah Ayed of CBC Radio One.
"These climate justice advocates will analyze the plans and commitments that emerged from the COP26 climate summit," reads the event info, "and discuss the necessity of hope and joy in fighting the climate crisis. They will share stories of communities defending their land, water, and climate within Canada and around the world."
Hope in Resistance will be livestreamed from the Cultch's Historic Theatre, with opening and closing words and songs from Shamantsut Amanda Nahanee (Squamish, Nisga’a).
The free event takes place at 7 pm Pacific time, and you can register here.