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We march for women, we march for jobs, for healthcare, for justice, for the climate and we march for science, facts and the truth. Our children are beside us, behind us and in front of us. For so many of … Continue reading

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“Stay Woke” Of the many wonderful, incredible and memorable signs from the Washington, DC Women’s March, that I read, saw, laughed at and cried with, a small minimally decorated sign, “Stay Woke,” sticks in my mind. We must stay “woke,” … Continue reading

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Each day, as 2016 counts down and more and more cabinet posts are announced from President-Elect Trump’s transition team, and as more and more revelations about foreign government involvement in our elections are revealed, at ClimateMama we are feeling more … Continue reading

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On Sunday, July 24th, we joined with Climate Mamas and Papas across the country at the March for A Clean Energy Revolution, in Philadelphia to dance, sing and demand action that will move us NOW to a renewable energy economy. … Continue reading

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June 10, 2016. For a Revised analysis of the TSCA Reform bill by Safer Chemicals Healthy Families go to: Key Take Aways from TSCA Reform. As Climate Mamas and Papas, we may read more labels and be more conscious then … Continue reading

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The divestment movement began on college campuses several years ago and has quickly spread to houses of worship, individual investment portfolios, state, public pension funds and private company investments. 350.org has been a leading force in driving this movement and … Continue reading

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“In an energy-producing state, it’s a concern to me that we are teaching our kids, potentially, that we are doing immoral things here in order to make a living in our state,” said Del. Jim Butler, R-Mason, W. Virginia. February, … Continue reading

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For those of us who have not yet lost complete faith in our political system, we finally have entered the very “beginning” of the home stretch in electing a new president. As Climate Mamas and Papas, we know that climate … Continue reading

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Dear Tomorrow: “We tried…but no one paid attention.” Is that what we will tell our children and grandchildren? We tried, but the world was paralyzed. No, we must and we will tell them we stayed the course, and the world … Continue reading

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There is a lot of talk and hype about the United Nations Climate Conference or COP21 which is taking place in Paris, France, November 30-December 11, 2015. More then 150 heads of state are expected, as are government representatives from … Continue reading

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