Inspired by urgent action needed to address climate change, Jane Fonda is upending her life and spending 4 months in Washington D.C. this fall. Every Friday she's there will be "Fire Drill Friday" to bring urgent attention to important intersectional analysis around Climate Change.
Funding endless war is an existential threat to human life and one of the leading causes of climate change, which is why it’s urgent that we come together in Washington D.C. and make the connection between U.S. militarism and climate change.
Jane Fonda, Alec Baldwin, Jane Goodall and Leila Salazar Lopez demand action on climate change with an act of civil disobedience.
United Methodist Building on Capitol Hill, just across from the U.S. Capitol Building
100 Maryland Ave NE, Washington D.C., DC 20002, United States,