Extinction Rebellion: Forging identities through collective action

Episode 7 April 05, 2019 00:23:59
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Extinction Rebellion: Forging identities through collective action
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Ahead of the April 15 International Rebellion week, we speak to Mothiur Rahman, XR strategist and trained lawyer, about how the climate crisis is challenging neoliberalism through collective action. We talk about the need for 'vulnerable honesty', and he reads a very moving poem about breaking down the concept of identity. This episode includes music by singer-songwriter and founder of the Birth Strike movement Blythe Pepino @blythepepino Watch out for Mothiur's keynotes article in the May/June issue of Resurgence & Ecologist magazine. https://rebellion.earth Resurgence.org

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