60,000-Strong Fridays For Future Protest In Hamburg, Germany: Where Are You USA?

By Andrea Germanos, Commondreams. -

"What is it going to take for the U.S. to rise up like this?" wondered the Durham, N.C. branch of Extinction Rebellion. "We are in a climate catastrophe and people around the world, particularly [...]

Chicago High School Students Hold Sit-In In Defense Of Students Who Refused To Stand For National Anthem

By Andy Thompson, Wsws.org -

Students at Chicago’s Nicholas Senn High School carried out a sit-in on Wednesday in response to a teacher telling a Hispanic student, Yésica Salazar, 17, to “go back to your country” after [...]

Ninth Circuit Dismisses Youth Climate Suit, While Agreeing Government Policy Is Destroying The Planet

By Staff, Static1.squarespace.com -

Eugene, Oregon - Today, a divided panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals “reluctantly” concluded that the youth plaintiffs’ case in Juliana v. United States must be made to the Congress, the [...]

How Generation Z Is Leading The Climate Movement

By Nick Engelfried, Wagingnonviolence.org -

For the first decade and a half of her life, Jamie Margolin was like any other U.S. teen living in the suburbs. She went to school, made friends and got involved in sports. Yet all the while, [...]

Fossil Fuel Industry Shifts from Climate Denial to ‘Youthwashing’

By Steve Horn and Taylor Hebden, The Real News -

Elaine Brown of the publication The Intercept. In her recent article titled How the Fossil Fuel Industry is Attempting to Buy the Global Youth Climate Movement, Brown reported that Student Energy [...]

Young Indigenous Activists Lead Climate Justice Action In Alaska

By Tripp J Crouse, Hcn.org -

“We do not want to stop our ways of life. That’s why we’re here.” Seventeen-year-old Quannah Chasing Horse’s voice broke as she stood on stage in front of a sea of delegates at the Alaska [...]

Climate Change On Trial: Can The Courts Save The Planet?

By Who. What. Why. -

Can ordinary citizens use the courts to force their leaders to fight climate change? In the most revolutionary climate ruling to date, the Supreme Court of the Netherlands delivered an emphatic [...]

The US Needs Protests

By Margaret Kimberly, Black Agenda Report -

In recent months mass protests involving millions of people have emerged in countries such as Haiti, Ecuador, and Chile. In each instance the spark was unique to that nation. Haitians are angry [...]

Climate Strikers Walked Out of School. Next, Let’s Walk Off the Job.

By Sydney Ghazarian, In These Times -

Climate Strikes are happening for the same reason labor strikes often happen: Negotiations have broken down. CEOs profiting from the exploitation of workers and the Earth are unwilling to cede to [...]

Greta Thunberg Isn’t The Only Voice Of Her Generation

By Sonali Kolhatkar, Truthdig.com -

On Friday, my 12-year-old son carried his handmade cardboard protest sign to one of the thousands of climate strikes around the world, along with five of his classmates. His sign read, “Where you [...]

Student Climate Activists Confront Board Of Education

By Maryam Shahzad, My MC Media. -

Student climate advocacy group MoCo Students on Climate held a rally Friday to demand climate action from Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS).  Students gathered with signs outside the east [...]

Greta Thunberg: “I Am Just A Messenger…Our Very Future Is At Risk”

By Staff, Greta Thunberg -

Recently I’ve seen many rumors circulating about me and enormous amounts of hate. This is no surprise to me. I know that since most people are not aware of the full meaning of the climate crisis [...]

How The Youth-Led Climate Strikes Became A Global Mass Movement

By Nick Engelfried, Wagingnonviolence.org -

It began as a call to action from a group of youth activists scattered across the globe, and soon became what is shaping up to be the largest planet-wide protest for the climate the world has [...]

Stand With Student Climate Strikers

By Shut Down DC -

In the coming days, thousands of young people across our region are going to be taking the streets to demand bold action to confront the climate crisis. On Friday, September 20, young people are [...]

How To Start An Anti-Racist Student Group In Your School

By Staff, Waethnicstudies.com -

The painful truth about public education is that racism is as common as bored students and overworked teachers. While many in our home of Seattle take pride in the city’s “progressive” [...]

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