What a feeling! Yesterday, the Peoples Climate March mobilized hundreds of thousands of us in Washington, DC, and all across the country - in record heat, heavy rain and driving snow. This beautiful video captures what it was like...
On the 100th day of the Trump administration, we showed that our movement for climate, jobs and justice is stronger than ever before. Climate change isn't a hoax -- it's a crisis. The future of our economy isn't in fossil fuels -- it's in 100% clean and renewable energy. Resistance to this administration’s agenda of denial is growing, not giving up or going away.
This video shows the breadth, depth and beauty of our intersecting movements, how far we’ve come, and how far we can go together.
The Peoples Climate March is not a beginning or an end: it's a step on the path to climate justice.
Tomorrow, is May Day and labor organizers, immigrants and communities of color are organizing actions for workers rights and immigrant justice. Working with immigrant communities in New York City, I’ve seen first hand how climate change is connected to immigration in this country. As an immigrant myself, tomorrow I will be marching as part of the fight for climate justice, immigrant rights, and the right for everyone to live here with dignity.
I wrote up how I think the Peoples Climate March connects with the actions tomorrow, and how you can get involved. Find out more about May Day actions near you here.
Whether you marched with us on April 29th or not, whether you will be able to join us for May 1st actions, you’re a part of this beautiful and broad movement for justice.
Join us in celebrating our strength and resilience -- we’re going to need it in the days, months, and years ahead. Take a few mins to watch this video and feel all the feels.
Thank you for joining us on this journey.
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