Tag Archives: Climate Justice

Highlights from Climate Summer 2014!

As we look towards Climate Summer 2016, we wanted to highlight a few of the posts from the 2014 cohort to give applicants a feel for the program. I’ve chosen a handful of my favorite posts from last summer (one from … Continue reading

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Posted on behalf of A. Grace Steig, Video Coordinator for the Western MA team “Business brown,” our team had decided one afternoon—we would wear our brown Climate Summer shirts to the party in Richmond before heading out of town. We … Continue reading

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Adapting to Change

Posted on behalf of Rachel Eckles, Media Coordinator, Team East My team and I had a very eventful day in Greenfield this past Saturday. While staying in Montague for a few days this past week, we decided to spend a … Continue reading

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Embodying Nonviolence through Language

Posted on behalf of Abbie Goldberg, Video Coordinator for the North Shore Team “We’re here to fight the good fight and combat climate change one battle at a time”. This isn’t something I’ve said, not exactly, but I can imagine … Continue reading

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What Intersectionality Means to Me

by Stephen O’Hanlon, Public Narrative Coordinator for the Western MA team – siga abajo para el español – After being warmly welcomed to town by the United Congregational Church of Holyoke the night before, we set off on foot on … Continue reading

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Signaling Pathways

by A. Grace Steig, Video Coordinator for the Western MA team Ben W. lifts his arm from his handlebars and gestures down with wiggling fingers, calling as he does so, “Pothole.” I have already spotted it and follow his glide … Continue reading

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Stories > Numbers: A Reflection on the Climate Justice Movement

by Stephen O’Hanlon, Public Narrative Coordinator for the Western MA team This summer, I will be working as my team’s public narrative coordinator as we travel throughout Western Massachusetts supporting resistance to Kinder Morgan’s proposed Tennessee Gas Pipeline extension. One … Continue reading

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From Theory to Action: Trainings at Camp Wilmot

by Shreya Thatai, Team Leader for the North Shore Team I have spent the last year (and essentially twelve years) studying the movements of electrons within their orbital subshells, how to take the antiderivative of functions, the role of Hox … Continue reading

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Antidote for the Self Righteous

Posted on behalf of Kay Young, Team Leader, Team For the Masses. It’s often hard to take a step back and simultaneously acknowledge the magnitude and insignificance of a moment. Altogether moments of soaring joy and plummeting despair can become times … Continue reading

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Why I’m Fighting

Written by Shaun Carland, Outreach Coordinator, Team Maine August 9th, 2013 “Why do you continue working for climate justice?” If I had a nickel for every time someone asked me this question, I could single-handedly fund the Better Future Project. … Continue reading

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