Earth Day at The Brooklyn Museum

Saturday, April 20th
at the Brooklyn Museum
2 — 4pm | FREE

In honor of Earth Day, join Rachel Cargle, Céline Semaan, and Jenn Tardif for a conversation that will expand on the concept of climate rage—a cousin of climate grief, or the experience of anxiety and mourning over ecological loss. Together, they discuss how anger can be alchemized into action within the climate justice movement, as well as intertwining struggles for liberation.

Cargle is a writer, entrepreneur, and founder of the Loveland Foundation, a nonprofit that offers free therapy to Black women and girls. Semaan is co-founder and CEO of Slow Factory, a nonprofit working at the intersection of climate justice and human rights, using media justice, the arts, regenerative system design, and science and technology to address and redesign systems of oppression. Tardif is a meditation teacher, aromatherapist, and founder of 3rd Ritual, a company that creates modern tools for ancient mindfulness techniques.