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Join the Climate Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy for Earth Day Live

Three Day Live Stream For Climate Change, Jobs, & Justice.

When: April 21 – April 23, 2020
Where: Virtual Event Online
Cost: Free

The live stream will include training sessions, performances, and appearances to keep people engaged, informed, and inspired, with speakers including celebrities, politicians, scientists, and youth activists. center the stories and voices of leaders from communities of color, frontline communities, indigenous communities, workers, and more.

Schedule of Events

Day 1, Wednesday, April 22: Earth Day!
10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.  WA Youth Climate Strike hosts a series of one-hour trainings.
3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Sunrise Tacoma is hosting three live streamed Power Hour webinars focusing on the Green New Deal’s environmental, social, and economic justice outcomes.
All Day. U.S Climate Strike is hosting Earth Day Live, a three-day livestream (April 22-24) with speakers, musical performances, and digital actions.

Day 2, Thursday, April 23: Stop the Money Pipeline Day of Action
Time TBA. U.S. Climate Strike is hosting a Stop the Money Pipeline Day of Action as part of Earth Day Live. Led by the Stop the Money Pipeline Coalition, the goal is to reprogram the economy so that it works for people and the planet, not polluters.
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. WA Youth Climate Strike is hosting three one-hour webinars focused on divestment.

Day 3, Friday, April 24: Day of Political Action and Voter Engagement
All Day. Fridays for Future famous young activist Greta Thunberg has asked strikers around the world to use #ClimateStrikeOnline during the pandemic.
All Day. U.S. Climate Strike is hosting a Day of Political Action and Voter Engagement.
10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. WA Youth Climate Strike is hosting three one-hour webinars around political action.

About The Climate Alliance for Jobs and Clean Energy: The Climate Alliance is a coalition of environmental advocates, labor unions, health professionals, businesses, faith communities, and communities of color, working with tribal nations–plus thousands of volunteers from across Washington State–committed building a resilient climate justice movement. Visit their website.