On an especially cold day in February 2020, over 4,000 janitors, security workers and youth climate strikers marched through downtown Minneapolis. In less than 24 hours, they won demands workers
Before I finished high school, I lost both my grandfather and father to terminal illnesses caused by exposure to environmental toxins in their workplaces and homes – that’s why I
BREAKING: The heads of thirteen climate and environmental justice organizations are on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. right now, risking arrest to protect climate justice legislation and denounce Senator Manchin’s #DirtyDeal.
Here’s a run-down of our #StopLine3 Metro rally and march on June 10, what happened next, and actions you can take right now in the fight to #StopLine3. 📢 June 10
Community members will hold a public action calling on US Senator Amy Klobuchar to take immediate action to stop the desecration of life, land, water, and treaties being caused by the toxic pipeline.
I grew up in Southeastern Wisconsin next to the Federal Horicon Wildlife Refuge. I was active in Central America solidarity work in the ‘80s, did CSA farming and raised a
By: Halley Norman Before speaking with Senator Osmek, I knew my reasons for caring about climate justice and believing in the campaign for 100% renewable energy, but I was less
By: Helen Clanaugh The climate movement is about everyone. It’s an issue that intersects with racial justice, gender justice, class, LGBTQ+ and disability rights. No matter your age, religion, or
Our Capitol, Our Voices Courage is contagious. This week, women, young people, POC & immigrant workers, and people from all walks of life were at the Capitol to call for
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