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  • XR Bristol Accessibility and Inclusivity Survey Results

    In Extinction Rebellion Bristol, we recognise that Extinction Rebellion is not inclusive enough of people from marginalised communities, including working class people, people of colour and disabled people. Not only are people from these communities underrepresented in Extinction Rebellion, but this leads to decision-making that only serves the needs and ...

  • XR Bristol’s Rebel From Home

    Photo credit: Zuhura Plummer zuhuraplummer.com Lets Raise Our Voices to Work Towards a Better Future. A new website has been launched for Rebel from Home. To enhance actions and keep Extinction Rebellion Bristol going from a digital approach, rebelling from home can be as easy as ...

  • XR Bristol is committed to non-violence and the right to peaceful protest

    In light of last night’s events, XR Bristol emphasises its absolute commitment to non-violence. This basic tenet is one of our core principles, and represents the values of our wide range of supporters, from grandparents to schoolchildren, to doctors, scientists, builders, shop workers, and teachers. Yesterday’s protest had no organisers, ...

  • Seeds for Bees 2021: A 38 Degrees Campaign

    38 Degrees Seeds for Bees 2021 campaign. Thousands of people up and down the country have signed up to get packets of bee-friendly seeds to plant this spring. It’s something simple that you can do too. And it could make a massive difference – giving our bees enough food to ...

  • Bristol residents take action to get the clean air they want

    Our Air Our City action cycling campaign. Bristol. Photo Credit: Mark Dolman https://markdolman.smugmug.com/Our-Air-Our-City/ This morning [Sat 20 Feb] residents living in Bristol’s air pollution hotspots are hanging banners from their houses calling on Bristol City Council to solve the city’s air pollution crisis. The city-wide ...

  • Fi Radford Obituary

    It is with great sadness that we announce that Fi Radford died on Sunday 22 November 2020. Fi was among the first Extinction Rebellion Bristol rebels. She became ‘mother’ to the central meeting, held at Malcolm X Centre, inducting literally hundreds of us and was one of XR’s Rebel ...