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A child's hands are raised up and lit up against a dark backdrop. You can barely see the top of a head and a bracelet on one wrist. The words over the image are "Just Tell Me What to Do". The Keduzi logo, which is a colourful flower, is also over the image.
Decolonisation
Heather Luna

Just Tell Me What to Do

Discovering Extinction Rebellion (XR) meant I no longer felt utter despair when looking at the news. Other people cared. Other people weren’t numbed out. They

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A photo of Extinction Rebellion activists performing a “die-in” in Germany. They are lying down on a pedestrianised part of a city centre, pretending to be dead. There are Extinction Rebellion symbols on flags. Over the image are the words “Urgency as a White Supremacist Culture Pattern”. Also, the Keduzi logo, which is a colourful flower, is in the bottom right-hand corner.
Decolonisation
Heather Luna

Urgency as a White Supremacist Culture Pattern

Using the words “emergency” and “urgency” make us vulnerable to not taking the time to check whether proposed actions/solutions are being framed within the same mindset that got us to these crises. They make us vulnerable to thinking inclusivity is about having a diverse group of people following our way of thinking. They make us vulnerable to following the thinking of another person/another group, without contributing our own critical thinking. (Note: I also run workshops on the cult dynamics in environmental movements… and everywhere.)

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A mural in Bogotá, Colombia with the faces of children smiling. This image is set against an orange background with the words “Is Hope for the Privileged?” In the corner is the Keduzi logo, which is a colourful flower.
Decolonisation
Heather Luna

Is Hope for the Privileged?

And what might it look like from your new point of view to see people desperate to hold onto their more privileged lifestyle — perhaps at any cost? People not concerned with how their lifestyle has meant that you have had to have much less?

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Colourful painted self-portraits of eight young refugees and befrienders. The words above say Climate Justice in the Higher Education Context. Below is the Keduzi logo, which is a colourful flower.
Decolonisation
Heather Luna

Climate Justice in the Higher Education Context

Here we are in 2021, with untold suffering happening in Yemen (due to war), in India (due to Covid-19), and species going extinct, female-presenting humans afraid to walk alone at night, and billions of humans still without safe drinking water.

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