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Magic Me present: Generation Rebellion – The Power of Intergenerational Activism

Magic Me, Poplar Union, generation rebellion, intergenerational activism, film screening, East London, free, climate crisis, q&a
Magic Me, Poplar Union, generation rebellion, intergenerational activism, film screening, East London, free, climate crisis, q&a

Join Magic Me for a film screening of Generation Rebellion, a project bringing together older and younger women from East London to explore the climate crisis and what it means to be a team of women activists.

What to expect

Two intergenerational groups met to share their perspectives and create artworks, redefining how generations can learn from and support each other to tackle the climate crisis on a global and local scale. Their journey was captured by Colloquial Collective Films, documenting creative workshops led by artist Sue Mayo and climate activist Maz Morris.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A.

Audience feedback, Decorum, 2018

Full of beautiful people […] using and transforming anger creatively

The films made me rethink how I behave as a woman

About Magic Me

Magic Me is an intergenerational arts charity based in Bethnal Green. Their work brings older and younger people together through creative projects to build stronger communities.

Magic Me, Poplar Union, Workshops, Women's Voices, Opinions, Storytelling, Conversations, Women in Focus Festival 2019, East London, multigenerational, Poplar, free, International Women's Day


Part of Women in Focus Festival, 2022

Women in focus online 2021, international women's day, poplar union, tower hamlets, arts, culture, workshops, march

Thu 24 March 7pm-9pm

Free
Age range: 8+

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