The recording of this lively and inspiring session is available by clicking on the link below!
Natalie Caine from Pour nos enfants/For Our Kids Montreal presents the five lessons she's learned from her climate activism, and tips for those just starting out.
Tarlan Razzaghi from For Our Kids Vancouver talks about how she found a community that came together as a team through their shared concern about the climate and their children's future.
Marie-Eve Leclerc shares the story of Mères au front, a Quebec-based group started by a handful of mothers who came together through a mutual feeling of despair about the climate crisis, and which has grown to more than 3,000 members. You can find out more about the Green Heart campaign, on which For Our Kids is collaborating with Mères au front, here.
Mackenzie Harris delivers a stirring account of what inspires her, as a student activist with Fridays for Future Guelph and national organizer with Climate Strike Canada.
The "gorgeous, sun-struck soul" (Globe & Mail) of the Reid Jamieson Band adds a beautiful musical element to the session with two live performances.
Enjoy and share this recording with the mothers and climate activists in your life!