Judy Fahys, Yes! Magazine
June 12, 2020
This article speaks to the clearer and clearer connection between racial justice and climate justice. Fahys details the intersectional work many organizations and individuals alike are doing in the wake of the George Floyd and police brutality protests.
“I think that true solidarity is giving Black Lives Matter organizers platforms, donations, and putting our bodies out there on the streets with them,” she said. “We know that there is no climate justice without racial justice. The exploitation of Black people is the greatest extractive system of production of all time and in order to heal the planet, we must have Black and Indigenous liberation.”