We’ve just returned from solidarity actions and engagement with indigenous and frontline communities at the alternative COP21 summit in Paris.

Sending love & light to all our friends, allies from black & brown frontline communities & indigenous folk coming from all over the world, (still) holding it down right now in Paris.

‘In colonial history, it is not important how the powerful dominated but how the oppressed resisted’ -Ramon Grosfoguel,

‘We cannot decarbonise without decolonise(ing)’ – Randa Toko

‪#‎noCo2onialism‬
‪#‎DefendProtectRenew‬
‪#‎IndigenousRising‬
‪#‎decolonizeclimate‬
‪#‎ClimateJusticeisGenderJustice‬
‪#‎ClimateJusticeisReparations‬
‪#‎FearRacistEnvironmentalists‬

“this is a war of narratives, and ours is decolonial”

“Je ne peux pas respirer’ (‪#‎ICantBreathe‬/ ‪#‎WeCantBreathe‬ ) channeling Fanon through the ‪#‎BlackLivesMatter‬ contingent also protesting at Paris COP21

Support shifting the narrative so the most affected by climate injustice are centred and heard.
#IndigenousRising ‪#‎ittakesroots‬ .

Follow and share Indigenous Environmental Network Grassroots Global Justice Alliance No Tar Sands UK Tar Sands Campaign Cooperation Jackson World March of Women – Africa/ Marche Mondiale des Femmes – Afrique La Via Campesina

Photo by Randa Toko
Re-edit from decarbonize to deco2lonize by liquorice fish