Our Ads in on a mission to understand why the working class is so hesitant to get involved in the climate movement in its current form. Each week he'll be talking to climate-conscious people who identify as working class to discover their thoughts on how working class people can become a force in the fight for our very survival.
Check out the series below.
It's the final episode of Working Class Voices S2! Ad's sits down wiith Alice Hu from the New York Communities for Change to discuss how they've sustained a diverse working class movement when protesting Wall Street and Fossil Fuel Barons.
on WCV Ad's is joined by Duncan Exley. They discuss the difference between working class and middle class campaigning, How one posh friend can change your life andthe power of pride and humiliation.
This weeks Ads is joined by Terry from the Inspiring working Class group Darkwood Crew, from Ferguslie Park in Scotland. Darkwood Crew are building climate action into community support and discusses with Ads how to do it and bring the community with you.
Keir Milburn joins Ads to discuss how we define the working class affects our strategies, and if the working class have a clearer view of the police than other classes. Keir also details the horrific undercover police scandal that monitored the environment movement in the early 2000's and what the working class needs to do to claim the green transition.
This week Ads talks to Micheal from Game Changer, the campaign to get Football clubs to drop their fossil fuel sponsorships.
This week on Working Class Voices, Ads is joined by Fraser Stewart to discuss a just transition around energy and keeping the working class at the heart it.
Ad's is back for Season Two of Working Class Voices, where we let the working class tell us what needs to be done to build the climate movement.
Ads is joined by Níall Glynn founder of the Working Class Economist Group. They discuss why the working class have a fundamental understanding of the economy, why we need more working class economists and how to explain a just transition.
Ads is joined by friend and hip hop artist Dan Marsden to discuss the aesthetics of the climate movement and how working class people may view them.
Ads and Zara get into abolitionism, the importance of imagining what comes after revolution, how working class protests need to up their game, and what happens if protests become outlawed.
This week Ads is joined by Khushi Himatal who has recently joined the climate youth movement after becoming disillusioned with the revolutionary left. They discuss Marxism, working class heroes, what the climate movement can learn from the working class and the working class of the global south.
On Working Class Voices Ad's is joined by Jay Chambers, a friend of the family who grew up in Blackley. They discuss differences between North and South Manchester, when they both first saw a wealth divide in Blackley, music, art, language, and how outreach programmes may be the key to connecting Working Class people to the climate movement.
This week on Working Class Voices Ads chats with an old Labour comrade Rebecca Pollitt. The themes for this episode centers around the contrasts between working class meetings and environmental meetings, the effectiveness of protests, spirituality and oneness and what working class movements can learn from the environment movement.
Ads in on a mission to understand why the working class is so hesitant to get involved in the climate movement. Each week he'll be talking to another working class guest to discover their thoughts on climate breakdown, the climate movement and what needs to be done to save the planet