Black Gully Music Festival 2022
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COP26 Creek Walk — Decolonising the New England for Climate Justice

Sunday, 14 Nov
3:00 pmto5:00 pm

Meet at Lake Zot gate, near UNE Gym carpark

This COP26 Creek Walk, funded by Kings College in London, is a vigil remembering colonial violence and link it to climate change. It is an invitation to reflect on the ways colonisation has contributed to the degradation of land and water in Australia. Responding to climate change and the harms of colonisation might not always seem related but they are related; and the solutions are not going to be as simple as ‘solar power’ or ‘organic farming’. We barely have the vocabulary to do this work, let alone do it together across our differences. This walk is one step in the process. Whoever feels moved to show up at this vigil registers an informal interest in finding ways of decolonising climate action in Armidale, and to collectively joining in solidarity in that process.

Please register at Eventbrite

As part of this project, Armidale Climate and Health Project co-facilitator Jen Hamilton chatted to Gabi Briggs about the issues on SoundCloud.

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