Seeds, Stories, Strategies: A Climate Justice Web Series - Shareable

Seeds, Stories, Strategies: A Climate Justice Web Series



Jul 01, 2020 - Jul 01, 2020

03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

UTC/GMT -07:00 - America/Los_Angeles


Seeds, Stories, Strategies: A Climate Justice Web Series on Wednesdays, July 1, July 8, July 15, 3-5pm PT / 5-7pm CT / 6-8pm ET. Seeds, Stories, Strategies is a timely collaboration between Center for Cultural Power, Center for Story-Based Strategy, Movement Generation, Movement Strategy Center, and Race Forward. As five national field-building organizations focused on activating narrative, culture, organizing and movement strategy for social and racial justice, we are coming together at this time, amidst the deepening planetary crises of COVID-19 and climate change, to offer up a capacity-building series for the environmental justice field and grassroots environmental orgs. This three-part webinar series will bring together grassroots leaders, community organizers, and allies to nurture the seeds of an irresistible future that works for people and the planet. We will learn and share stories about narrative and cultural strategies rooted in community, and offer tools and frameworks to support radical imagining, narrative-building, and movement-building to advance climate justice. Additional information about topics and presenters will be announced in advance shortly. Participants are encouraged, but not required, to attend all three webinars. Sessions will take place on Zoom. Spanish and ASL interpretation, and closed captioning will be provided. Additional accessibility features may be available by request. Please register for the series by Wednesday, June 17 using the links below. Please register for each session you wish to attend. July 1st, 2020 July 8th, 2020 July 16th, 2020 Seeds, Stories, Strategies will provide participating organizations with unrestricted mini-grants on a sliding scale to support participation, broadband accessibility, and nourishment. Please note that these funds are limited and are available to organizations with budgets less than $1M. Awards will be given to organizations who meet the following baseline criteria: - One grant per organization - Organizations who attend all 3 dates will be given preference - Organizing and base-building groups rooted in BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) and/or environmental justice communities will be given preference Organizations that integrate an analysis of race, gender, class, LGBT+ injustice, and/or other issues impacting frontline, under-resourced communities will be given preference. Please note: Stipends may be considered on a case-by-case basis and based on need. These numbers may also be increased based on the number of participants. Please apply via this link by EOD, Wednesday, June 17th. If you have any questions, please feel free to email