On January 12, 2017 Surdna Foundation hosted a funder briefing led by Grassroots Global Justice Alliance and Climate Justice Alliance along with speakers from Indigenous Environmental Network and Right to the City Alliance.
Watch the video and listen to the audio below. It lasts about 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Starting October 12, following the release of Donald Trump’s 2005 interview with Billy Bush of “Access Hollywood” where he brags about grabbing women “by the pussy” without consent, women of color and their allies across the country started a wave of inspiring feminist actions under the slogan "GOP Hands Off Me."
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Indigenous Women Leaders of Dakota Access Pipeline Resistance to Speak Out For Protection of Earth and Water
As the pressure on natural resources grows across the world, grassroots environment rights defenders are increasingly under fire — on average two people are killed every week defending their land and environment.
In her daily life as a labor organizer, Caitlin DuBois ’13 says she is “constantly in motion.”
There is little time to pause and reflect on the work she is doing for the New England chapter of UNITEHere!, a union representing thousands of mostly female workers in industries ranging from food services to textiles.
That’s why DuBois is looking forward to attending the second annual Gloria & Wilma School for Organizers June 20-23 at Smith.