Jane Fonda To Lead 7th Successive Friday Civil Disobedience Action
This week, Jane Fonda will be joined by Diane Lane, Manny Jacinto, Piper Perabo and supermodel Amber Valletta on Capitol Hill to march for immediate action on a Green New Deal.
The event will begin at 11am on Friday, November 22, at the Southeast Lawn of the U.S. Capitol Building. There speakers will address the ways in which climate change threatens the water supply of 2/3 of the world’s people. At noon, participants will walk to a site on Capitol Hill to commit civil disobedience.
Last week, Fonda was joined by Marg Helgenberger, Anne Seymour, June Raphael, Brooklyn Decker, and Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., as they focussed on Environmental Justice.
Fire Drill Fridays call for fast action on a Green New Deal and an end to all new fossil fuel exploration/extraction, as well as ending taxpayer subsidies to oil companies.
To celebrate the fifth anniversary of the Paris Agreement, the Women’s Media Center has launched a new digital channel — WMC Climate — that highlights how the climate crisis affects the lives of women, indigenous people, people of color, and others whose needs and welfare tend to come last around the world.
Today, NBC and Oceana debuted a new public service announcement (PSA) featuring actor, activist, and longtime Oceana Board Member Ted Danson asking viewers to call for policy change to ditch plastic pollution and make the world’s oceans a better place for us all.