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People's Climate March Update: Day 1 – On the Train from Albany

13 September 2014

 

At 4:10pm, I boarded the 11 Coast Starlight in Albany, to head to Emeryville, CA. As I walked up to the train attendant–my smartphone eticket in hand–I was struck with anxiety that I was going to do something wrong. 535 more words

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On Radio Tomorrow: On the Peoples Climate March, Why I'm Marching

Exciting news! I’ve been invited to speak tomorrow during the First Church Boston live streamed radio broadcast on the Peoples Climate March.

A very special thanks to Rev. 187 more words

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Why I'm Riding the People's Climate Train

I missed the Great Peace March in 1986–I didn’t even hear about that one, what with two one-year-olds keeping me enthralled with their every antic. Earlier this year, I learned about the… 503 more words

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Lobster Boat Blockade Climate Trial Media

The day of the September 8, 2014 Lobster Boat Blockade “Climate Trial” of Jay O’Hara and Ken Ward  I volunteered to take photographs to share with the media.  133 more words

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Commitments to Reduce Climate Change

As a woman religious, I am proud that members of my American Province of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ) have made a strong commitment to help reduce climate change. 784 more words

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Coming Out on Climate Change

Is it possible that the words, “global warming,” have taken on the silencing power that “gay” had not so very long ago?

I used to think “I’m gay” were the hardest words I could say aloud. 1,132 more words

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