Your Earth Day 2020 Guide

April 22, 2020
Earth Day

Although we are stuck in our homes, that doesn't mean we cannot celebrate Earth Day! Work in your garden! Plant a tree! Take a walk and enjoy the sunshine! There are manny things we can do to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day!

Indigenous peoples worldwide have been stewards of land and life since time immemorial. This moment of crisis demands new narratives rooted in decolonizing and racial justice. This year’s Earth Day theme is Climate Action. We must create more sustainable ways of living in relationship with our environment and demand that our government put people and planet first, not fossil fuel industries. Indigenous communities model a deep respect for our planet, honoring its history and striking the balance needed to connect with nature and her rhythms. This Earth Day, join us and @culturestrike in centering the leadership and abundance of ancestral wisdom held by Indigneous communities as we fight to manifest new climate futures and protect the biodiversity of the world around us. We’re teaming up with @earthdaynetwork to commission art from Indigenous artists and artists of color to show us what a #ClimateWoke future can look & feel like. Join a digital Earth Day activation near you this Wednesday April 22nd at: --x @JackieFawn

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