This year has made it abundantly clear that voting is one of the most powerful ways that we can engage civically. Now more than ever, our voices are needed at the polls.

Since the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many more – and the global lockdown from COVID-19 – we are seeing firsthand what it means to be fighting for our futures.

That’s why our third Solidarity School training webinar in collaboration with the Highlander Center and Black Votes Matter, will explore Protecting Votes & Building Power: Climate Justice & the Election.

Will you RSVP now to join us on Wednesday, October 7th at 5pm PT/8pm ET for this live training webinar on how we can make sure everyone’s vote is counted in this election?

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Increasing climate disasters – from hurricanes in the Gulf to fires in the West – are hitting Black communities, Indigenous Peoples, and families and workers of color first and worst. We can not and will not wait any longer for politicians to save us.

We are seeing across the country how voter suppression is being ignored by local officials, policy decision-makers, and our very own president. It’s going to take a united and concerted effort to make sure every vote is counted and ensure our democracy is protected.

When 5,000+ of us joined together for a virtual gathering on Protecting Votes & Building Power in the wake of police murders against Black lives, we promised to continue political education and strengthen connections between movements for climate and racial justice. The next step is knowing just how high the stakes are this election season and what you can do to stay ready. 

It’s up to all of us to rise in solidarity to protect the right to vote this election season. RSVP for our Solidarity School webinar on October 7th, to dive intoProtecting Votes & Building Power: Climate Justice & the Election.

In solidarity,