February 2022 Newsletter - Showcasing BIPOC Youth Climate Stories


Reclaiming the Environment Narrative: Showcase

Are you interested in learning more about climate issues, from the perspectives and experiences of BIPOC youth? Come for an engaging afternoon to hear from BIPOC youth on how climate change and climate justice has impacted their lives and community!

SAVE THE DATE: Sunday, March 6th from 2 - 4PM for our Reclaiming the Environmental Narrative (REN) Showcase Event

Be The Change Earth Alliance is excited to announce this event showcasing an amazing group of youth BIPOC storytellers. The REN cohort has been working closely over these past 6 months to create personal, multimedia stories relating to the environment and climate justice. 

This event is a culmination of peer meetings, workshops, community building, and multimedia story creation. The REN cohort is so excited to finally share their stories, and connect with their communities to support and amplify BIPOC youth voices in the environmental movement.

Donations from community members like you help Be the Change sustain and grow impactful education programs like Reclaiming the Environmental Narrative. Empower youth and educators through a donation! Thank you for your support.


George Radner (he/him)

Executive Director

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