Tag: climate change

Striking For the Climate, Praying With My Feet

For me, being a Jewish woman in the climate movement means: I’ve got ancestors at my back. I carry on traditions of joy and resistance and finding hope in community. I don’t know what will happen – and there are plenty of good reasons to be terrified – but I know that my people have faced unimaginable horrors, and we’re still here. I know that we can repair the world, together.

It’s Time to Be a Single-Issue Voter for the Climate

As a Black Jewish feminist I am committed to many issues that are life and death–from police violence to abortion–but for the first time, I find myself zeroing in on a singular issue: climate catastrophe.