An interview with Extinction Rebellion activist and writer, Natasha Walter
Lou interviews writer, Extinction Rebellion activist, feminist and Founder of Women for Refugee Women, Natasha Walter. Natasha talks about the rich legacy of activism in her family, the importance and significance of feminism in the climate crisis and how climate protest has been impacted by governmental decisions trying to criminalise and clamp down of campaigners. She reflects on what first led her to become an activist and what she thinks needs to be done for the movement to evolve and engage more with marginalised and oppressed people, particularly ethnic minorities.
Warning! There is some honesty about our planetary crisis and bad language throughout, but also lots of humour and big slices of craic. Enjoy...
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