Thanks to the thousands of you that tuned in on Friday, and for all the hopeful and insights comments shared.
If you weren't able to tune in to the live strategy session on Friday, watch the recording here and connect with others in the comments section:
The session tackled questions like:
- How does our work across movements change under a Trump Presidency?
- How do we relate to people who supported Trump?
- What's one clear next step for people listening to this call?
Huge thanks to the speakers for making this a conversation to remember. It means so much that leaders across movements for climate justice, for Black lives, for immigrant justice, for Muslim communities, for economic justice, and more could join together in this moment. Find out more about their work and ways to plug in here:
- Roberto Juarez, Movimiento Cosecha (specifically, check out Cosecha's work on #SanctuaryCampus and #MigrantBoycott)
- Charlene Sinclair, Center for Community Change
- Mohammad Khan, MPower Change
- Yong Jung Cho, AllofUs2016
- Annie Leonard, Greenpeace USA
- Charlene Carruthers, Black Youth Project 100 (BYP100)
- Bill McKibben and Jenny Marienau, 350.org
- And find a Nov 15 #NoDAPL Day of Action near you here.
With Trump as President-Elect, there's no denying that our jobs are harder now. It's tough to grasp fully what the coming months will bring, but I think Friday’s conversation was an important step toward understanding where we are, and imagining a new path that we can -- and will -- blaze together.