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Earth’s Wishes, 2024. Poetry / Video / Photography

Earth’s Wishes, 2024. Poetry / Video / Photography

This is a collaborative project of our Artivism and Amplifiers fellowship program, which builds  the capacity of young people from communities most impacted by the climate crisis and encourages meaningful collaboration between youth from the Global North and South.

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Earth’s Wishes challenges the notion that nature is separate from humanity, offering insights from Regina, a Mozambican agricultural producer, and Donna, a member of the Chippewa Cree Mohawk indigenous community. Through their stories, visitors are urged to listen attentively to the earth's emotions and resilience, prompting reflection on our connection to the natural world and our responsibility to heed its call.



Ensure that all communities have secure access to enough safe  air, water, food, shelter, and dignity.

Bea Brindle

Bea Brindle, a 22-year-old from London, UK, is deeply passionate about climate justice and community building. Inspired by nature and fellow activists, they advocate for eco-living and permaculture while nurturing inner strength through dance and meditation facilitation.


Célio Monteiro José

From Chimoio, Mozambique and in the final year of forest engineering studies, Célio is an active climate activist empowering youth for positive change, serving as a Staff Writer for a Student-Led Newspaper, and contributing as a Break Free From Plastic Youth Ambassador, driven by a commitment to environmental advocacy and youth empowerment.


Laura Doyle Péan

Laura is a 24-year-old queer Haitian-Québécois artist and activist based in Tiohtià:ke/Mooniyang (Montreal, Canada), exploring the role of art in social movements, and aims to further support the climate justice movement, inspired by the interconnectedness of all systems of oppression.


Sofia Gutierrez

At 22 years old, Sophia is a climate justice and feminist activist from Colombia, driven by the collective power of artivism and inspired by their family's legacy of social peasant leadership, advocating for better policies and governance grassroots movements for human rights, gender equality, and climate.


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