The final event of KAIROS Climate Action Month 2022 builds on the month’s learnings and asks people to consider how to apply what we’ve learned to our own lives and to climate action. It is meant to truly set our feet, hearts, and minds on the path of decolonization as we work to mitigate and avoid further climate injustice. Guest speaker, Imara Ajani Rolston, Director of the Community Climate Resilience Lab, will challenge us with responses on the importance of decolonizing while inspiring us to action. Come join us for an evening of inspiration and solidarity!
Joining Imara are gkisedtanamoogk, who is Wampanoag from the Native Community of Mashpee and a long-time member of the KAIROS Indigenous Rights Circle; and Anupama Ranawana-Collie, a postcolonial feminist theologian and international development researcher with roots in both Canada and Sri Lanka.