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Black Earth, Let's Talk

Climate change is here, no matter how much we try to unsee it. As you read this, the Bahamas is batt
The Mojisola Report
Black Earth, Let's Talk
By The Afropole • Issue #37 • View online
Climate change is here, no matter how much we try to unsee it. As you read this, the Bahamas is battling Hurricane Dorian. Life lost, men, women and children displaced. Word on the street has it that we have about 18 months to get ourselves together! This week’s newsletter is dedicated to our people in the Bahamas and also to celebrate (as usual) black folks spearheading initiatives to change the destructive course of climate change.

 Black Women Are Leaders in the Climate Movement
The Caribbean Fine Chocolate Industry Is About To Explode
Please help The Bahamas! Here are some suggestions for donations
Amma Aboagye
Please let's keep Accra green! Sign this petition... 411 more signatures need! https://t.co/hpnpuY3oex https://t.co/XrgZt1GmdQ
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Angela Rye, Rosario Dawson And Abrima Erwiah Talk Sustainability And Circularity In The Fashion Industry - Essence
The Lagos FilmLAB is a New Initiative for Aspiring Filmmakers
The 10 Songs You Need to Hear This Week
Ethiopian Artist Aida Muluneh's 'Water Life' Is a Response to the Urgent Threat of Water Scarcity
Finding My Climate-Conscious Tribe: Black Nature Lovers and Writers | Literary Hub
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