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Poster made of texts that says, "It is no coincidence that the politicians refusing to act on climate change are the same ones drumming up hatred against migrants.  To win action on climate, we must reject the politics of division and racism. This #GlobalClimateStrike, we #UniteAgainstRacism"
Manitoba Adults for Climate Action is organizing an educational event this Tuesday, Nov 26 featuring Syed Hussan, a long time activist who organizes in Toronto.  He organizes for migrant justice, against racism, and against colonialism.

Come to this event and deepen your understanding of both migrant justice and climate justice. 

Learn more about these issues and how they are linked. 

Leave better equipped to respond to racism and anti-immigrant rhetoric.

7PM: Tuesday, Nov 26, 2019

"Migration & Climate Justice with Syed Hussan" 

Tuesday: Nov 26 2019
Bulman Student Centre
(Basement of Riddell Hall, University of Winnipeg
(515 Portage Ave)

This location is wheelchair accessible.
Child minding will be available on-site. 

Organized by Manitoba Adults for Climate Action
(a campaign of Manitoba Energy Justice Coalition)
Can't make it?
Solidarity Winnipeg encourages people to get involved with the Manitoba Adults for Climate Action.  Meetings are open to anyone who wants to fight for Climate Justice, and take place every Tuesday at 7pm, usually at the Bulman Student Centre (U of W). Check out the facebook page to be sure the location of the next meeting. 
Have you noticed how quickly "human nature" is used as an explanation for the climate crisis?  This article, "Capitalism vs Life on Earth" by Ian Angus challenges that idea and instead, with clarity and precision, puts the blame squarely on capitalism's insatiable need to grow grow grow.  If the choice is between capitalism and life on earth, we know which side we must choose...


We are working to lay the basis for an anti-capitalist political organization that's active in workplace and community organizing. Why is such an organization needed? Read this. For more information about Solidarity Winnipeg, see here.  
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