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to act on climate change. We are an intersectional movement of youth activists fighting for a livable planet for all. Join us ⬇️
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Greenpeace Apr 23
Today, thousands of Indigenous People will gather in Brasília to demand their rights. Stand with them in solidarity and take action to >>
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HARVARD! Come out at 2:30 tomorrow to the Harvard Yard and be a part of the historic movement to divest Harvard from the fossil fuel industry! Hear our Co-Founder and Co-Executive Director, , speak at the rally!
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Elsa 12h
We teamed up with on their Do Good Do Beautiful and they are matching all donations up to $5000 We have some major, major, major actions we are announcing next week sooooo if you want to chip in, please go to our action network and donate! :)
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Youth Climate Summit USA Apr 24
Look at our panelists go! JeromeFoster II moderating, Rebecca and Jansi repping YCS, Ethan and Julia from , and Sophia from
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Zero Hour Apr 24
Today marks 5 years since Flint, Michigan has been without safe tap water. Mari Copeny, , is raising money, hoping to reach the $300,000 goal to use for clean water in her community. Help out Flint now, and donate! 💧 Link to Donate -  
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Iris Fen Gillingham Apr 24
love this girl! She’s such powerhouse! She gets stuff done in please go follow her if you aren’t already! 💖
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Rev Yearwood 🏁 Apr 24
Flint, Michigan has been without clean safe water for FIVE YEARS! That is outrageous! Please support the amazing and let's get this to $300,000 by the end of the day! We can do it!
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Jamie Margolin Apr 24
APRIL 26th. HARVARD YARD. STUDENTS WILL RALLY AND FLOOD . DEMANDING FROM ALL FOSSIL FUELS. JOIN US.
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Jamie Margolin Apr 24
Will it be raining? Probably. Do I still expect every single student who cares about their lives and futures out doing the action with us? Yes. , it’s time you from fossil fuels and stop destroying the futures and planet of your students.
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
Replying to @Climate__Voices
We know that the oil & gas industry and corporations that profit off of climate change are terrified of us coming together and rising up, but that’s exactly what we need to do. People in power won’t change things until we demand it of them.
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
Replying to @Climate__Voices
We cannot stop the climate crisis without calling for widespread sweeping changes that address the roots of the climate crisis: capitalism, corporate greed, environmental racism, consumerism, imperialism, and colonialism.
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
Replying to @Climate__Voices
The people who benefit the most from us pointing the finger at each other and demanding individualized climate & consumer “solutions” are the corporations that are making money off of climate change in the first place.
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
Replying to @Climate__Voices
We can live as personally green as we want and it won’t stop the oil & gas industry and other corporations from continuing to create and profit off of climate destruction.
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
Replying to @Climate__Voices
As a movement, we must stop shaming and instructing people on their personal environmental habits. The vast majority of people did not create the structures and systems that caused climate change and should not be blamed for it.
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
Replying to @Climate__Voices
We need to start talking boldly and loudly about how climate change is a systemic problem that requires systemic solutions:
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Our Climate Voices Apr 23
This (belated) Earth Day, we are shifting the climate dialogue away from individual solutions towards collective action and organizing. Shaming individual environmental habits is a form of victim-blaming and rooted in historic classism & racism.
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#LowCarbonCity Apr 23
Los jóvenes tendrán que afrontar la mayor parte de las consecuencias del , hoy líderan y se organizan en la búsqueda de soluciones. Mañana a 10:00 AM ( GMT-5) acompáñanos a oír a Eowyn Sotan de , Malina Aniol de , , y
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Elsa Apr 23
Tomorrow I’ll be speaking on ’s webinar about youth climate action!! Time for some change!! Catch it on YouTube!
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#LowCarbonCity Apr 23
Young people will face most of the consequences of , today they lead and organize in the search for solutions. Join to hear from Eowyn Soran of , Malina Aniol of , and Tomorrow 10:00 am (GMT-5) 🔜
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Rev. Fred Small Apr 22
Celebrating brilliant young leaders is just the first step. We elders need to support them with our time & money--and stop giving them unsolicited advice they don't need & we are largely disqualified from offering.
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