See More →During the global climate strikes in September 2019, VICE featured young and powerful leaders advocating for climate justice, all of them people of colour and under 30. “Our community has high rates of asthma because of the constant pollution,” said Jama, an organizer with Minnesota Youth for Climate Justice. We will not have climate justice without racial justice.”Quannah Chasinghorse, 18, AlaskaQuannah Chasinghorse. During the past year as a member of the youth advisory council for COP26, the upcoming UN climate change conference, Khan has been working to expose the relationship between colonization and climate change. “It is important to highlight that history and have solutions to reconcile it.”COVID-19 aggravated ongoing climate change impacts, Khan said.