Congratulations on your upcoming paperback release!!! And the new episodes of Grace and Frankie are hilarious and gave me a much needed dose of serotonin! 😂 Perfect timing!
Hope all is well with you and your family, take care!
I just got a notification about All We Can Save Project’s (which I follow closely) live stream, and I joined! I was absolutely overjoyed to get to hear from Dr. Hayhoe, and was excited to see you there as well! I had no idea what the content of the livestream was supposed to be, so I was pleasantly surprised to see both of you there together! T…[Read more]
I agree with you. This is so, so frustrating and heartbreaking… not to mention disgusting.
I don’t know if it’s my place to say and if anyone will read it, but a lot of the frontline camps are in urgent need of donations. You can check out stopline3.org for more info on how you can help.
Jane, the world really needed that video you posted earlier today (the call to action). Thank you.
The past few days have been rough, especially on the frontlines of the indigenous communities. A lot of people (specifically youth on social media platforms) want to help but don’t know how, don’t know the facts and are confused on how to go abo…[Read more]
We miss you too! I now know that so many of the Firefighters have been taking action because of posts I see on social media! Some have been calling and lobbying our representatives, sending postcards and flooding executives calendars with invites (to stop Line 3) and a few people who have even joined the frontlines via the Gathering or one of the…[Read more]
Kennedy Davis commented on the post, Disaster patriarchy: how the pandemic has unleashed a war on women 4 months ago
Thank you so much for sharing the Treaty People Gathering on your blog. It was a monumental experience that has me feeling more motivated and hopeful that ever before. It was wonderful to finally meet you and I hope our paths cross once again someday!
I wanted to share a little story about Winona. I was talking to her about her farm and her…[Read more]
I’ve always wanted to see Santa Monica! I have a portfolio book of old pictures that my grandparents took when they were there back in the 70’s. Quite the group will be attending the gathering it looks like! Keener, Arquette, Schilling and Williams, oh my!
Are you planning on participating in a direct action during the gathering? (If you are com…[Read more]
Kennedy Davis commented on the post, A DIVINE MIDWEEK LUNCHEON WITH SOME OF MY FAVORITE PEOPLE 4 months, 2 weeks ago
I seem to be experiencing tastebud envy at the moment! 😂
I talked my mother into letting me go and I’m very excited bud super nervous. This will be my first time traveling to a protest and staying by myself without a family member. I also don’t know which location I should go too, as there are several. Any suggestions?
You know, it really has only felt like a very small amount of time since virtual FDF’s took this community by storm. I’m so excited to see the next step into the new chapter and join with my fellow firefighters on the street in D.C., Houston, and wherever else I can make the trip to!
This year has opened up an incredible amount of opp…[Read more]
Beautiful rally today! Can’t wait to share with my mom and other family members (I’m hoping it will give them the final nudge they need to join the movement!) Happy Mother’s Day to you and thank you once again for all the work you do!
Such a lovely post, Jane! I don’t think you should feel bad about not posting as much! You stay active in so many other important ways. I admire how value your time and always seem to be laser focused on the issue at hand, yet still allow yourself time to relax and watch frat film and television, of course! That’s something I’ve always strug…[Read more]
Thank you for another Great FDF! Sirish and Amara both amazed me. It made me really happy to see the response of all the adults in the chatroom actually LISTENING and digesting the information that they were saying. It’s always great to know that my generation is being heard because this isn’t a problem for one generation, it’s for all of us, a…[Read more]