by Catherine Strickland
There are important parallels between the Antiracism Movement and the Climate Change Movement. Neither racism nor climate change are experience directly by everyone, which means many of us can live our lives without being aware of either except when we hear an occasional news story. For those who do experience them directly, their effects can be devastating or even deadly. Climate change is felt directly through melting icecaps and permafrost, changing migration patterns, devastating wildfires, drought and intense flooding. Racism is felt directly through microaggressions, systemic inequality, violence and intimidation.
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