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New York State has shown how to build diverse grassroots coalitions—now, the nation must follow.
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A GND needs to be revolutionary policy to avert collapse; to pass it we need an equally revolutionary movement.
This country ought to recover the memory of the first Earth Day: a 20-million strong grassroots demonstration that won basic environmental policy as we know it.
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We sat down with community organizer Andrea Chu to discuss how she teaches about the impact of climate change on Asian Americans, the mainstream climate movement’s failure to acknowledge it, and what change could look like.
The fallout of climate disaster will spawn new forms of environmental injustice—centered around the police state—that climate activists committed to equity need to be prepared for.
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