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Powerful and deeply humane, Climate Justice is a stirring manifesto on one of the most pressing humanitarian issues of our time, and a lucid, affirmative, and well-argued case for hope.
White privilege leads to cherry-picked misreadings of data on worldwide struggles of people of colour (and beyond)
Martin Empson, Ian Angus, Sarah Ensor et el.
“The book includes cutting edge analysis of … the current crisis of the earth’s natural systems from some of the world’s best activists and writers. But most importantly, the book puts forward a set of tools to analyse how capitalism has dragged us into this mess, and how to develop the movements and the power we need to prevent catastrophe and reorganise human society”
Penny McCall Howard
Connor Newson / World Away
Documentary exploring a community of people who live on houseboats on Dal Lake, centre of Srinigar in Kashmir. Their lake has been continuously and increasingly ravaged by pollution and corruption for decades. Now their homes, livelihoods, health, and security is under immense threat.
About The need to embed colonialism within the fabric of our education system.