DiscoverHouse on FireEpisode 6 - Climate Justice = Racial Justice, feat. Leah Thomas (a.k.a. GreenGirlLeah, an intersectional environmental activist) and Sam Grant, Executive Director of 350.org in Minnesota
Episode 6 - Climate Justice = Racial Justice, feat. Leah Thomas (a.k.a. GreenGirlLeah, an intersectional environmental activist) and Sam Grant, Executive Director of 350.org in Minnesota

Episode 6 - Climate Justice = Racial Justice, feat. Leah Thomas (a.k.a. GreenGirlLeah, an intersectional environmental activist) and Sam Grant, Executive Director of 350.org in Minnesota

Update: 2020-06-26
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We know that the climate crisis will affect us all. But will it affect us all equally? The answer –simply enough– is no. In recent weeks, the world has witnessed an outpour of rage, sadness, and empowerment in response to the ongoing police brutality against the Black community. Recognizing that we cannot achieve Climate Justice without Racial Justice, we are joined by Executive Director of 350.org Minnesota, Sam Grant, and Intersectional Environmentalist, Leah Thomas, better known as GreenGirlLeah, to discuss the underlying systems of racist inequality that have contributed to the Climate Crisis.


House On Fire is produced by Unicorn Fire Radio and All Points West, with support from the CLEO Institute and technical direction from Mia Kirn.


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Episode 6 - Climate Justice = Racial Justice, feat. Leah Thomas (a.k.a. GreenGirlLeah, an intersectional environmental activist) and Sam Grant, Executive Director of 350.org in Minnesota

Episode 6 - Climate Justice = Racial Justice, feat. Leah Thomas (a.k.a. GreenGirlLeah, an intersectional environmental activist) and Sam Grant, Executive Director of 350.org in Minnesota

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