Jeanne —

Climate disasters are harming communities around the world. Flooding in Mississippi has left the majority-Black city of Jackson without clean drinking water. Flooding in Pakistan ― a nation responsible for .003% of global greenhouse gas emissions ― has killed more than 1,300 people, and left millions in need of food and shelter. Yet, even in the face of such tragedy, Wall Street continues to provide tens of billions of dollars for new oil, coal, and gas projects that will only make the climate crisis worse.

That’s why 350 Seattle is joining with others in the Stop the Money Pipeline coalition to launch a new campaign: Blame Wall Street, a call for escalated actions to hold the funders of climate chaos accountable.

Can you join us on Wednesday, September 7th at 5PT/8ET for the Blame Wall Street Campaign Launch?

On the call, Stop the Money Pipeline organizers will share the plan to hold Wall Street accountable this fall, and explain what organizers can expect in terms of support if they organize an action. We’ll also hear from a number of organizers already planning actions across the country, including Allen Myers, Paradise resident & photojournalist.

RSVP for the Blame Wall Street Campaign Launch here.

In solidarity,
Alec for the 350 Seattle Stop the Money Pipeline team

PS: Want to learn more about the campaign? Check out the Blame Wall Street website and this article about the campaign.



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