People’s Climate Mobilization

I’m disappointed that I can neither be in Washington for the People’s Climate March or be in Boston Common for the People’s Climate Mobilization. But I found another way to contribute.

Today, I helped Food for Activists set up for the People’s Climate Mobilization in Boston. Activists need to eat and have soft drinks available. So Food for Activists solicits donations from local restaurants and distributes them at rallies. I helped to load and unload their van, and set up their tents on Boston Common. The hard work of organizing food donations had already been done. And I unfortunately couldn’t stay for the rally itself. But I’m glad to have put in a few hours of labor.

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