Our Sunrise Hub students are passionate about the planet and what it takes to mitigate the climate crisis. The group is doing important work including phone banking, awareness-raising demonstrations, and even teaching lessons to elementary students in the district.
These books will allow students hungry for knowledge on the environmental situation to form a book club.
The goal will be not just to read and discuss the book, but to use the insights they gain to inform their activism, improve their confidence with the science involved, and form closer bonds to each other. The focus of the book is the Green New Deal, and how young people whose futures are threatened by climate change can bring it forth into reality.
Please consider supporting these young people in their efforts!
This book is a powerful thesis on the climate crisis and the case for restructuring the American economy to avoid environmental catastrophe.
Our young activists will be powerfully informed by reading and discussing this book, which will help their efforts for change immensely.
The plan is for a book group to be formed, which will facilitate those involved going deep into the political and economic possibilities presented by the Green New Deal.
Your help will allow this enthusiastic group to learn, exchange ideas, and plan future efforts with new intensity.
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