Our Planet Our Health: Yerena
We are undeniably and deeply interconnected. Now is the time to value and protect the abundance of life Mother Earth provides for us. The health of our communities is inextricably tied into the health of our planet.
This Earth Day, people of color and Indigenous peoples are organizing to share their stories of resistance and resilience to the climate crisis, to expand our hearts and minds of what a healthy, thriving future for our planet can look like. We cannot solve the climate crisis without social, racial, and environmental justice.
As we approach the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on Wed April 22nd, we’re radically imagining new possibilities for people and the planet. Now is the time to put people and the planet over profits.