The Environmental Justice Committee at Nanaimo Unitarians is holding a panel for climate activists to tell their story of how they keep going in spite of setbacks and what inspires them to keep doing it.
The panel, “Surviving and Thriving as a Climate Activist” will be held at the Unitarian Hall, 595 Townsite Rd., Saturday, Nov. 12th, from 7-8:30 pm
The panel will feature five people with a range of ages and background who will focus on four questions:
1. How did you get into environmental activism?
2. What is the hardest part of the activism work for you?
3. What protects you from being overwhelmed in this work?.
4. What inspires you to keep doing it? The panel will feature five people with a range of ages and backgrounds
You can participate in-person or by Zoom. Please read the attached document for more information.