South Africa: Young women rewrite the activism script

by Beckypublished on 22nd July 2021

In this episode of Generation Change, we travel to Johannesburg to meet two young activists.

Sera Farista is the founder of Climate Warriors and member of The Collective Movement, an organisation focused on achieving social change through climate justice.

Keitumetse Fatimata Moutloatse is the founder of the Black Womxn Caucus, an organisation that advocates for the end of gender-based violence in South Africa.

In this episode, presented by Ayanda Charlie, Sera and Keitumetse discuss the legacy of apartheid on activism in South Africa, gender-based violence, climate justice and how these issues intersect with racism and other social inequities.

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