Migration and DR Congo, Radical Late

Carmel Smickersgill, Tours & Activities Editor
Emmanuela Yogolelo

Climate Change, Migration and DR Congo – online, online, 12 November 2020, free entry - Visit now

Join Emmanuela Yogolelo and Sammuella Ganda, Kooj Chuhan from Crossing Footprints and Alex Randall from the Climate and Migration Coalition, as they discuss issues surrounding  Climate Change, Migration and DR Congo.

Emmanuela Yogolelo and Samuella Ganda will creatively engage the audience in a conversation about climate justice activism, using music and other art forms to narrate their opinions. Emmanuela’s voice has a calm but powerful strength to it, allowing her opinions to be heard in the words, but understood through the music. She has previously performed with Afro-Celt sound system and has been an artist working with communities in Manchester for years. As an outspoken and passionate performer, her music speaks directly to the soul.

They will be joined by artist-activist Kooj Chuhan and researcher-writer Alex Randall for a thought provoking discussion about the ways in which colonialism, conflict, race and migration connect with climate change, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo) and people arriving from there to the UK.

Climate Change, Migration and DR Congo is part of the People’s History Museum‘s Radical Lates series. Their November is sure to be a particularly beautiful event. Watch as these often difficult topics are skilfully articulated through discussion and music.

Climate Change, Migration and DR Congo – online, online

12 November 2020 6:00 pm
Free entry