Discussion, performance and booklaunch: Crude Killings – Climate, Race, Poverty
- Wed 28 Nov 2012
- 6:00 pm
Virtual Migrants present the latest of their ‘Passenger’ events using live music and spoken word, plus a panel discussion in response to Platform‘s new book The Oil Road. This event will explore the themes of the book and ask, ‘How does the sanitisation of difficult, violent processes and imperialist histories inform the fight for climate justice today?’. The panel includes: James Marriott (Platform & co-author of the book), Anna Galkina (Platform), Jaya Graves (Southern Voices), Deyika Nzeribe (Hulme Green Party), Marc Hudson (Steady State Manchester), Arwa Aburawa (Manchester Climate Monthly) and chair Kooj Chuham (Virtual Migrants). The ‘Passenger’ performance will involve artists including Sai Murray (poetry/spoken word), Aidan Jolly (music), Tracey Zengeni (vocals) and Tanha Mehrzad (multimedia projection/poetry). Booking advised, here.