Climate Justice Reading Group - Hope and wellbeing

  • 4 Sep 2022
  • 9 Sep 2022
  • 2 sessions
  • 4 Sep 2022, 14:00 16:00 (AWST)
  • 9 Sep 2022, 18:00 19:30 (AWST)
  • Rabble Books, 2/46 Eighth Ave, Maylands 6051 - and via Zoom

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Are you in need of some textual healing? Want a space to share your thoughts on important climate literature? Come along to our Climate Justice Reading Group

This month's theme is 'Hope and wellbeing'. We will explore diverse works of authors, poets, creatives and activists. 

CJU and Rabble Books host this inclusive space for curious and passionate people to discuss texts from themed readings broadly related to intersectional and decolonial climate justice. 

Reading list

You can access the reading list through this link.

We've included scans and links where possible and encourage you to visit Rabble Books and Games or your local library to find full books.

Whether you like to read, listen or watch, each the reading list has something for everyone to participate. A longer read (feast), content for one sitting (taster) and a short piece for those short on time (ambience). Just pick one (or all)!

We've also included some reflection questions which you may like to consider before we meet and discuss. You can also review the aims and cultural norms of the reading group so you know what to expect. 

At Rabble or Online

For those who can't take part in the physical event at Rabble Books & Games, we will also host an online Climate Justice Reading Group on the following Friday via Zoom.

Online: Friday 9 September, 18:00 via Zoom

Make sure you register for the event for all the necessary details.

We hope to see you there!



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We acknowledge that we begin our work as The Climate Justice Union on the Boodja (land) of the Wadjuk people of the Noongar Nation. We honour the Wadjuk people and their kin in other Nations and Country across these lands and waters, who have always cared for this place and all who lived here.

We acknowledge First Nations Elders past and present, and acknowledge that those of us living here, who came from across the seas, live on land that was taken, stolen. We acknowledge the responsibility that comes with this understanding and that we personally and collectively benefit from this theft.

As such, we all have a responsibility to decolonise ourselves, our lives and work, and to heal the harm these oppressive systems have inflicted.

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We are a community union and do not cover you in your workplace. All Climate Justice Union members are also encouraged to join the relevant industrial union. Click here to find your industrial Union.


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