WEDO was pleased to join the first “Feminism and Climate Justice” webinar organized by the Young Feminists for Climate Justice network, featuring Henia Belalia, Angela Bartolome and moderated by Renee Karunungan.



  • Henia Belalia, a French-Algerian native, is a land and community defender, educator, theater director, writer and daydreamer of collective liberation. Her work is defined by a constantly evolving practice of decolonization, healing ancestral traumas, and solidarity to front lines of struggle, with a framework rooted in intersecting and overlapping systemic oppressions.
  • Angela Bartolome is a community organizer with AF3IRM for 11 years strong, a volunteer-based transnational women’s organization in the US, and a licensed clinical social worker. She is based in Los Angeles and utilizes her roles to combat issues for justice for transnational women, including im/migration, anti-human trafficking and anti-militarism. Angela and her AF3IRM sister’s have demonstrated their boots-on-the-ground activism in 9 chapters across the US.


  • Renee Juliene Karunungan or “Ayeen” is the Advocacy Director of Dakila and Outreach Manager for Climate Tracker. She fights for human rights and climate justice and is a staunch women’s rights advocate. Follow her on Twitter @rjkarunungan.



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