Transformative Voices on the Ground
By Angela Adrar, Executive Director of the Climate Justice Alliance Photo: North Carolina Climate Justice Summit, 2014 The power of the Climate Justice Alliance has always been our members and our desire to consult, envision creative solutions, and take action...read more
While it is generally accepted within environmental and social justice circles that those of us on the frontlines of the climate crisis are impacted first and worst because of racism and poverty, we often don’t consider how the whitewashing of the...read more
Photo "Ato 'Mulheres contra Bolsonaro'" by Renato Gizzi, licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 Jair Bolsonaro's win of the presidential vote in Brazil on September 28, 2018 is devastating, given his previous comments supporting torture and calling for political opponents to...read more
Brown Can’t Be a Climate Leader While Discounting the Poor and Communities of Color by Pennie Opal Plant
Climate change poses a serious threat to humanity’s survival and all living creatures that we share the planet with. While it may be that California achieved its self-imposed greenhouse gas emission goals ahead of 2020, this does not signify that we are on track to...read more
Continue to stand and support frontline climate leaders and advance this visionary future for 2018! Ujima: Collective Work and Responsibility To build and maintain our community together and make our siblings' problems - our problems and to solve them...read more
11/15/2017 My name is Kiya Kiya Vega-Hutchens and I work for Uprose in Brooklyn, New York. Today was the brigade's first full day on the boat as members of the crew. Yesterday we launched from Miami, and headed off into the big blue yonder, the ocean is...read more
The Climate Justice Alliance is deeply disappointed in the President's decision to end DACA and the consistent scapegoating of immigrants to push his agenda targeting racially diverse communities. Migration to the United States is a direct consequence of...read more
We call on all those who choose to stand on the side of justice, the side in opposition to white supremacy and state violence to take creative and courageous action where they live and challenge how white supremacy shows up in our communities. Join us,...read more
CJA Alliance member Cooperation Jackson supports Nissan workers in Canton, MS, as they cast their votes to unionize. The Canton facility is one of only three Nissan plants worldwide that are not unionized. Two of those non-unionized plants are located in...read more
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