Climate & Colour

Reflecting on white privilege, a history of institutionalised racism in the church and the racial lens through which we view climate change, feel grief and plan action. Journey further into understanding and dismantling pervasive racism to create a more just world and a diverse and united climate movement.

HeartEdge is very pleased to be able to support and promote this important event in partnership with Christian Climate Action. Register for the event at

Introduced and facilitated by Melanie Nazareth (CCA)


Revd Azariah France-Williams, HeartEdge Pioneer Priest in the Church of England, Author of Ghost Ship: Institutional Racism in the Church of England.

Hannah Malcolm, Anglican Ordinand, PHD Student on Theology of Climate and Ecological Grief & Founder of CCA Manchester.

Samantha Lindo, Singer, Spoken Word Artist & Activist, Writer of ‘Naming the Water’ a poem about Activism and Whiteness.

Hosted by CCA & Friends

Event Date: Tuesday 7th of July 8pm - 9.30pm

You are also welcome to join a short series of follow up zoom sessions in collaboration with to discuss further reading and self-reflection on Tuesday 14th, 21st & 28th of July at 8pm. Sign-up & details to follow initial session.