Yesterday I gave an interview about in the .

I was very nervous because of my social phobia and because it was my first interview, but it turned out to be a very nice and chill conversation.

We talked about how to actively include disadvantaged people in the movement. We agreed that & Co have to support , and other movements to in turn get their support. "The left" is divided, but that's just all the more reason to try to unite it.

Some people say we need to include "the right" in the climate justice movement, but we agreed that including people who discriminate is no option. Excluding people who discriminate is no discrimination or censorship, but necessary to make sure everybody else feels comfortable and safe to join and stay active.


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@datenteiler Oh it's not going to be published as an interview. It was for a master thesis.

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