On Saturday, Americans Have Two Climate Paths To Choose From
Huffington Post - 10 months
By Gloria Walton and Elizabeth Sanders
This Saturday, the U.S. will see divergent paths for our future as hundreds of thousands march in the streets taking part in climate marches nationwide. One path is old, dirty, poisonous, dying. The other is youthful, life-affirming, the future. We have a choice, and on Saturday, we’re making it clear which path we’re taking.
One vision clings to the past of this nation, wistful for an America defined by a legacy of domination by the white and wealthy over people of color and poor people, manifested in an economy designed to exploit every available resource- our bodies, our water, our air, and the earth itself. This misguided viewpoint is rising again, welled up from the White House, spilling over all corners of the country, and at the end of this month, pooling in a demonstration of white nationalists and their hateful rhetoric in Pikeville, Kentucky. A neo-Nazi organization will be marching through the coal country town embracing the...
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