Founder of LEAD (Local Environmental Action Demanded), Rebecca Jim has been a powerful advocate and spokesperson for Oklahoma’s Tar Creek Superfund site since the river “turned bad” in 1980, and became the official Tar Creekkeeper in 2016. . Tar Creek is considered to be one of the most toxic environments in the world and includes…

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Dominique Thomas is a grassroots organizer, researcher, Afrofuturist Black feminist nerd based in Harlem, New York. In 2020 she launched The Climate League, a training program for BIPOC to learn organizing and campaigning skills, with a focus on racial justice in the climate movement. Also serving as Training Manager at the Climate Advocacy Lab, she…

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This International Women’s Day, please join us in taking action alongside grassroots women leaders who are caring for our communities—saving indigenous seeds, selling clean cookstoves, launching sustainable farms, providing safe water, protecting land rights, and more—in some of the most environmentally threatened regions on earth. Gather (virtually) with us at one of our special International Women’s Day…

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“I keep reminding folks that if we had started working on this plan a year ago, paying particular attention to adaptation measures, we could have avoided some of the devastation people endured from the storm.” Dolores Belmares, Climate Justice Organizer, Public Citizen (Texas office) Lots of people have been wondering what happened in Texas. To…

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