This weekly web series looks at the latest headlines affecting our communities and the planet, introduces you to frontline leaders, and sometimes features special celebrity guests. Our goal is to radically transform your way of understanding climate change and the role you can play to solve it.
Communities of color disproportionately face climate change, air pollution, and health disparities due to generations of systemic racism and classism. Join us each week as we dive deep into current climate issues. We’ll get serious, engage in real talk about solutions to save our environment, and have a little fun.
ASL interpretation is provided for each show.
Lifting the Climate Veil on Natural Disasters
Hurricane & fire season are upon us and each year these natural disasters are becoming more dangerous due partly to climate change. Our guests this week get real on solutions to this massive problem and what you can do to hold people accountable.
Gen Z: From Campus to Community
Three climate justice youth leaders talk about their fierce activism, how they are preparing to go back to school during a pandemic, and how to get involved in the climate justice movement no matter your age.
Our Soulful Nature and The Earth
Don Cheadle, Angelou Ezelio, and Rue Mapp talk about why nature is critical to our humanity, the importance of environmental education, and that time Don got chased by a rhino.
Our Food + Our Bodies
“Indigenous Liberation” features Indigenous leaders Tatewin Means, Executive Director of Thunder Valley CDC; and Sarah Eagle Heart, CEO and Co-Founder of Return to the Heart Foundation.
Money, Utility Power, and Community Respect
Millions of people are speaking out about the overdue demand to dismantle systemic racism. Our unjust systems have led to communities not having access to 100% clean energy, clean water, nutritious food, and productive soils. Millions want to get involved, but many don’t know how or don’t have enough information.
Guests are Chandra Farley, Just Energy Director of Partnership for Southern Equity; and Groundswell CEO Michelle Moore.
The show discusses the intersection of racial and climate justice and features award-winning actor Mark Ruffalo, who co-founded The Solutions Project; Justice First campaign co-founder the Rev. Leo Woodberry; and UPROSE Executive Director Elizabeth Yeampierre.