One Down, One to Go
Jul 10, 2024

One Down, One to Go

Our House of Representatives is at it again, waiting until the last minute of the session to address climate legislation.  The Senate has come out with their climate...
NYC March to End Fossil Fuels
Oct 10, 2023

Laboring to End Fossil Fuels

The End Fossil Fuels March seemed like a time where the count of bodies mattered, and where bonds of solidarity would form. So of course I went....
Rejecting the Sludgeg
Oct 10, 2023

Rejecting the Sludge

One person could not take in the length and depth of this 75,000 person procession. I kept jogging up and down the sidewalk looking for our contingent, but that...
Three Generations March
Oct 10, 2023

Three Generations March

Three generations of our family – a toddler, his parents, and his Grandma – began their climate march three weeks ago on a walk to the playground. As my 3-year-old,...
Youth Reflections
Oct 10, 2023

Youth Reflections

Last Sunday, 5 members of Our Climate MA’s team joined 20 youth from across the MA Youth Climate Coalition, 300 MA-based adult allies, and 75,000+ other protesters in the streets...
Imagining Alternative Futures
Aug 01, 2023

Imagining Alternative Futures

I attended an Asian-American Studies conference this April, where one of the guided conversations was about abolishing the carceral system. Over 50 scholars, academics, educators, and activists gathered...
End the Era: A Poetic Recap
Jul 15, 2023

End the Era: A Poetic Recap

If you’ve been keeping up with our projects or have read our past blog post, you’d know that recently we held a “walking poetry slam” as part of...