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Anti-racist global wave for the dignity of black people

A few hours before George Floyd’s burial in Houston, there was an unprecedented wave of mobilization that we have witnessed the past week and weekend. From Minneapolis to Los Angeles, from London to Sydney, Paris, and

The AfrikaVuka Caravan

All across Africa, frontline communities have been stepping up to demand action on climate change from their local leaders not only to protect their environment but also their culture and livelihood.

On May 25th 2019,

Kicking coal can improve our water supply to all

To address South Africa’s water crisis we must overhaul our non-inclusive systems of water access. That includes kicking our addiction to water-hungry, climate-change-causing coal.