How can we address racism in wildlife conservation?

Wildlife conservation has been built on colonial foundations, which continues to marr the discipline today. In this captivating talk, Dr Moreangels Mbizah shares her insights of being a Black woman working in conservation and the racism she has endurred. She highlights some avenues to help rebalance the situation to pave the way for a more socially just environmental sector.

This talk was brought to you by Be in the Change’s Global Huddle. During the first Global Huddle, an online festival of ideas and stories, we invited a dozen changemakers from across the globe to share with us their journeys of how they helped to make a positive difference in society.

Dr Moreangels Mbizah is the Founding Director of Wildlife Conservation Action. You can connect with her on Twitter here.

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