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Friday, September 20 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Climate Strike Climate Council

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Work is the transformation of energy. Today there is a worldwide climate strike. Because the way things work isn't working:
work stoppage; school stoppage. Because the dominant model of productivism produces extinction; stopping production.
In this lunch time climate council we will touch base about our climate work, climate feelings, and climate changes.

Dekila Chungyalpa has said that no one can not be a climate worker today. What does it mean for us to become climate workers,
whatever else we are, whatever else we do, and how is doing that climate work imbricated with undoing, dismantling, and ceasing
from other forms of production? 

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Miranda Mellis

Miranda Mellis is the author of a book of aphorisms and anecdotes called Demystifications (forthcoming), and several books of fiction: The Spokes, None of This Is Real, and The Revisionist. She is a co-author of The Instead, a book length dialogue with Emily Abendroth. She co-edited... Read More →

Friday September 20, 2019 12:00pm - 12:50pm PDT
North Creek Events Center