Why I Engage in the Movements for Climate Justice

Jun 2, 2017 · 1 min read

From Abu Dhabi to the District of Columbia: as a person with power in the status quo and as a global citizen, it is my responsibility to engage in the movements for climate justice.

Pictured: Julia Grifferty 2015.
Images from the People’s Climate March, Washington, D.C., April 2017.
A year of climate activism in Washington D.C.t Pictured: Julia Grifferty, Al Gore, Eden Vitoff, and Rhea Suh.
While climate justice is no longer on the 45th President’s to-do list, it is still on the People’s to-do list. Pictured: Julia Grifferty at the People’s Climate March Youth Convening, Washington D.C., April 2017.

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