Solidarity, love, & resistance: a week of justice in the Gulf Coast

Black Lives Matter banner at the 8/20 March of Interdependence
Anna Karina De Lage marching in front of the “Indigenous Rising” banner

We are unstoppable, another Gulf is possible!

Spoken word artist Quess Moore with Take ’Em Down NOLA in front of the Battle of Liberty Place monument
Kandi Mosset holding a #NoDAPL bandana in solidarity with the Gulf
Monique Verdin, Cherri Foytlin, and Kandi Mosset leading the water ceremony on the Mississippi River

We need a just transition in the Gulf Coast. I’m here to welcome it, and my kids are going to be here to build it.

— Cherri Foytlin, BOLD Louisiana

Photo by Justin Deegan

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350 is a global org that's inspiring the world to rise to the challenge of the climate crisis. This blog is a look behind the scenes at how we do that.

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