Join Jane Fonda for a Fire Drill Fridays teach-in with two leaders in the youth climate strike movement, Bii Gallardo and Katie Eder, to learn about what you can do to support the youth during Earth Day Live, what is motivating young people in the lead-up to the election in November, and how they stay motivated to confront oppressive systems and fight for climate action.
Find out more at: strikewithus.org
Press play and text JANE to 877-877 to take action with Jane Fonda & Greenpeace USA, and receive updates for virtual Fire Drill Fridays!
Katie Eder, 20-years-old, is the Executive Director of Future Coalition. Built by youth activists for youth activists, Future Coalition is a network of youth-led organizations and youth organizers across the US. As a major force in the youth climate movement, Future Coalition coordinates the US Youth Climate Strike Coalition, the group that organizes the national campaigns for the climate strikes in the US and led the coordination of the historic Climate Strikes on September 20, 2019 which turned out nearly one million people in the US and 4 million worldwide. Recently named to Forbes 30 Under 30, Katie is currently taking two gap years before starting at Stanford University in the fall of 2020.
Bii Gallardo is 18 and from the Apache, Yaqui, Chichimeca, and Purepecha nations. She is a community organizer for the SoCal International Indigenous Youth Council and President of the Living Culture Intertribal Student Collective club at Pasadena City College.
*Please note this teach-in was filmed March 5th before the COVID-19 crisis and does not reflect that context.
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