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Minna Featherstone

I first discovered community organising through volunteering with my uni’s fossil free divestment campaign. I met a lot of amazing people and found that being part of a community taking action gave me hope, alongside practical and emotional support whilst I was studying about the climate crisis and feeling a lot of despair.

After graduating I started volunteering with my local Stop Adani group, went on to work on the Repower NSW campaign for 8 months with the Nature Conservation Council with a local group in Monaro, and have spent the last few months of 2019 living at the Adani Blockade camp volunteering with both Frontline Action on Coal and Galilee Rising to build mass peaceful resistance to Adani's mine on the frontline.