In this episode of Shade in Cambridge, Annoa and Megan sit down with Reinhard Nyandire, Lashanti Jupp and Charlie Barty-King to discuss the intersection of climate and racial justice.
Category: #2 Climate Accessibility [Education] Wolfson Interdisciplinary Sustainability & Conservation Hub
In this episode of Shade in Cambridge, Annoa and Megan sit down with Reinhard Nyandire and Lashanti Jupp to discuss the intersection of climate and racial justice. Starting with a discussion of colonization and its relationship to the beginning of the Anthropocene, our guests walk us through the past, present and future of the deeply intertwined themes of racism and the climate emergency.
About the organisers:
Raquel Scarpa-Gebara holds a master’s degree in Neuroscience and Behaviour Analysis from the University of São Paulo, Brazil and earned an MPhil in 2020 in Educational Leadership and School Improvement from Wolfson College, University of Cambridge. Raquel is part of the Education Reform and Innovation team, currently working on her PhD at the University of Cambridge Faculty of Education, conducting research in Education Impact Analysis.
Megan Coe is from Dover, Kent and a final-year undergrad at Wolfson, studying HSPS. She is the former Welfare Officer at Wolfson and has previously been involved in student unions in other places she has studied. Megan is an active volunteer in her local community working as part of the pride team in Dover.
Annoa Abekah-Mensah is an undergraduate student at Wolfson College studying Human, Social and Political Sciences and the former WCSA BAME Representative. Born and raised in South-East London and of Ghanaian heritage, her particular areas of academic interest include postcolonial, Pan-African and Marxist international relations theory, pluriversal politics, climate activism and degrowth philosophies.
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