Climate Justice Organizing for Belonging is a five-part NPQ series produced in partnership with Mothers Out Front, a national organization that is expanding its focus from climate change to climate justice. The key question guiding this organizational shift—and this series—is: what does successful organizing look like for the most impacted when resources fully support them? Authors take us to frontline organizing in East Boston and Virginia, where campaigns are raising awareness of significant sources of air pollution in their communities. We also look at efforts underway in Pueblo, Colorado— an environmental sacrifice zone—and learn critical takeaways from a California-based organizing manager in the field.
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