This will be a launch page for various specific pages about helping middle-class and or white people in the environment movement understand a bit better what is actually going on.
If you have suggestions for additions, please email email@example.com
If you want to tell me that this is all tosh, that the “movement” is already super-inclusive … just don’t, okay? Save your time and electrons.
It is TOTALLY the responsibility of white and middle-class people to educate themselves about this stuff. However, if there are POC/working class people who want to do interviews to appear on Manchester Climate Monthly about race and/or class issues in the UK environment/climate movement, they’d be very very welcome.
Intersectionality and environment movement
- Interview with Sharon Adetoro
- Unpacking the knapsack of white privilege by Peggy McIntosh
- Me and White Supremacy workbook by Layla Saad (h/t Sharon Adetoro)
- Climate Change Ain’t the First Existential Threat: People of color know about building movements, about courage, about survival by Mary Annaise Heglar
- Why I’m no longer talking to white people about race by Renni Eddo-Lodge
- Are Extinction Rebellion whitewashing climate justice? | gal-dem
- Extinction Rebellion Is Inspiring, But The Movement Risks Leaving People Of Colour Behind
- Why I support but can’t join Extinction Rebellion | Community | Ligali
- Why #BlackLivesMatter Should Transform the Climate Debate
- While the rich world braces for future climate change, the poor world is already being devastated by it
- 8 ways climate change is already affecting Africa
- Was southern Africa prepared for Cyclone Idai?
- Cyclone Idai shows the deadly reality of climate change in Africa | Landry Nintereste
- Climate change in Africa: “A race we must win and a race we will win,” African Development Bank says – World
- Devastation wrought by Cyclone Idai is “yet another wake-up call” on climate change – Oil Change International
- Why the world needs an African ecofeminist future – African Arguments
- What makes me tired when organising with middle class comrades by Nicole Vosper (h/t to Louise for this)
- Listen to the song Common People. I’m not joking. More in there in 4 minutes than some PhD theses.