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by Joshua Kahn Russell

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I'm sure this is a great resource for people organizing and acting in the climate justice movement. ( )
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In this zine, Hilary Moore and Joshua Kahn Russell draw on personal experience with a multitude of climate justice organizations to provide readers with information on how to get effectively organized to navigate the climate crisis. This zine takes the reader through three phases: first, understanding climate change; second, finding your frontline ; and third, taking action. It is an excellent tool for anyone looking to explore methods for creating climate justice.
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Organizing Cools The Planet weaves together stories, analysis, organizing tools, and provocative questions, to offer a snapshot of U.S. climate activism and provide pathways for readers to participate in it. Authors share hard lessons learned, reflect on strategy, and grapple with the challenges of their roles as organizers who do not come from frontline communities, but work to amplify and build a climate justice movement led by low-income people, communities of color, Indigenous, youth and other constituencies most directly impacted by the crisis. Rooted in the authors experiences organizing in local, national, and international arenas, this pamphlet grapples with the challenges and overwhelming odds young activists face today. Organizing Cools the Planet challenges readers to look at the scale of ecological collapse with open eyes, without falling prey to disempowering doomsday narratives. It asks key pressing questions for those who wish to take our generational challenge seriously. This pamphlet is for anyone who wants to build a movement with the resiliency to navigate one of the most rapid transitions in human history.… (more)

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