20 Apr 2023
25-year-old powerhouse and climate activist Mikaela Loach is dedicated to informing the masses about the climate crisis and its intersections with anti-racism, feminism, ethical fashion, wealth inequality, and refugee rights.
To celebrate Earth Day at Second Home, Mikaela Loach will join actress, director, and public speaker Kelechi Okafor to discuss her new book It’s Not That Radical – a fresh perspective on real climate action that has the potential to drastically change the world for the benefit of us all.
Join us for an evening filled with candour and hope. Leave empowered to take action and mobilise a majority for the future of the planet.
Drawing on Mikaela’s years of experience in the climate movement and the wisdom of many brilliant activists, It’s Not That Radical aims to reframe how we approach the climate crisis. Additionally, the book provides readers with practical tips and tools that can be implemented in their own lives.
On the evening we will be joined by a selection of climate groups in the La Despensa cafe area including PRALER ; Green New Deal Rising ; Fossil Free London ; Stop The Silvertown Tunnel and SOAS Detainee Support.
Mikaela’s book It’s Not That Radical: Climate Action to Transform Our World will be available for sale and signing on the day via Second Home’s independent bookshop Libreria. To secure your copy, pre-order here now.
‘We will be handing out masks on the door of this event and encouraging their use so that this event can be accessible for our disabled and chronically ill siblings. Please do not come if you have COVID symptoms’ – A request from Mikaela
Actress, director and public speaker