Dominique Palmer

WOC in Activism

Dominique is a climate justice activist in England. She is an organiser in Fridays for Future International and the Launch Coordinator for Climate Live. She works on organising strikes and actions, mobilisation for climate action, and international campaigns. She is a public speaker on environmental justice that is intersectional with social issues, and has spoken at events such as the UN Climate Change Conference in 2019. She has featured in Forbes 100 UK Environmentalists list for her work. For her, fighting for climate justice that benefits people and planet is crucial. She campaigns for bold and systemic action from global leaders. Dominique is also studying Political Science and International Relations at the University of Birmingham.

8:00 - 9:15 AM PST

March 21st Day 2

WOC in Activism

Being an activist is not easy. Being a female activist is difficult. Being an activist, a woman, and a person of color is nothing short of mentally exhausting. But these women are doing it, and they’re doing it well. These women are the leading figures behind social justice movements — the women who founded grassroot organizations and transformed them into global initiatives. These women are the intersectional voices, the changemakers, the loudest of the loud.