Climate Strike

Start: Platz der Alten Synagoge
Coal is still being mined. Fossil fuels are still being burned. Cars are still polluting our cities and yet, only a handful of people are talking about the climate crisis. All of this and more is why we still have to go out on the street, because we cannot accept the world as it is at the moment. We need to share our perspective, our thoughts, fears and anger with our political leaders, because that is the principle of a democratic country. Join us and march for the climate on Friday, May 20 at 14h on the Plaza of the Old Synagogue.
For Climate Justice, NOW!

Talk “On the Role of Indigenous Peoples in the Amazon as Allies in the Climate Crisis.”

Place: University KG I Room 1016

“Dear Future Children”

Place: Kommunales Kino (at the Old Wiehre Bahnhof)
Together with you, we want to experience a wonderful night at the Kommunalen Kino Freiburg.
“Dear Future Children” is a documentary from a group of young filmmakers about the activism of three young activists around the world. Funded through crowd-funding, this film accompanies these three young people to gain insights into the activism on three different continents.
Rayen protests for social justice in Chile.
Pepper fights for democracy in Hong Kong.
And in Uganda, Hilda engages in the battle against the consequences of Climate Change.
In part, this activism has dire consequences in the personal lives of these women. Why do they continue?
Following the film, you will have the opportunity to speak with the director of the film and other special guests about any questions or thoughts you have – even time to reflect.
So join us by the Old Wiehre Bahnhof!

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