On Earth Day - April 22nd 2020, The Future is Unwritten took part in 'Letters to the Earth' by streaming ‘Letters of Love in a Time of Crisis’ for the global community to unite in watching and listening to responses to the global pandemic and a planet in crisis.
Members of the public - young and old - from across Europe, America, Chile, Brazil, Australasia, Russia, Palestine, India and Hong Kong shared their ‘Letters of Love in a Time of Crisis’ and were joined by actors including Alison Steadman and Adam Bakri, with a special reading by Christopher Bailey, Arts and Health Lead at the World Health Organisation.
Since its launch in April 2019, the Letters to the Earth campaign and book has had the contribution of Yoko Ono, Emma Thompson, Caroline Lucas, Jackie Morris, Kate Tempest and hundreds of young people and activists worldwide in its campaign to encourage action in response to a planet in crisis.
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United Nations, New York
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