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Climate Justice Book
July 2017 -- now available in print and free PDF formats


Climate Justice: Frontline Stories from Groundbreaking Coalitions in California


Community Meeting
Feb 16 -- 4:30-6:30PM
Climate Justice

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Position Paper:

A Call to Action Creating Economic Opportunity for Bay Area Marginalized & Safety Net Communities

By Carl Anthony and M. Paloma Pavel, with Chris Schildt

REMINDER!
JOIN US TODAY IN OAKLAND AT 4 PM
for our
CLIMATE JUSTICE PILOT PROJECT  “THINK AND DO” TANK

Breakthrough Communities and the Alameda County Office of Education 
invite you to collaborate with our Climate Justice Center on the

ALL IN: Climate Justice Learning Action Guide  

TODAY!
Thursday, November 17, 2016 – 4:00 pm

EBMUD Admin. Building: 375 11th St., Oakland 
(training resource center)
Location accessible by BART & AC TRANSIT  

4:00–4:30 pm: Arts & Culture Welcome
4:30–6:30 pm: Program 
(includes dinner; please RSVP to reserve your plate.)  

HOSTS

ACOE – Louise Music and Trena Noval
EBMUD
– Charmin  Roundtree  Baaqee  

BREAKTHROUGH COMMUNITIES PRESENTERS

Carl C. Anthony – The Earth, the City & the Hidden Narrative of Race
Paloma Pavel – Climate Justice: Frontline Stories from Ground Breaking Coalitions in California
Amani Will – co-founder of Creative Liberation Network

Click HERE for information about the book.

Click HERE for information about the guide.

You Matter!

We are reaching out to you as educators, administrators, activists, strategists, public officers, organizers, and overall allies to social & eco justice. In tandem with the scheduled (April 2017) release of Carl C. Anthony’s new book, The Earth, the City & the Hidden Narrative of Race: Discovering New Foundations for the Great Work of Our Time, we are creating a guide to connect youth of color—particularly in communities susceptible to the school-to-prison pipeline—to the history of the earth and broader issues of climate justice. The curriculum will guide students in exploring their personal and ances­tral narratives and use this as a lens for understanding that their story is inherently connected to issues of racial inequity and climate change. We need your collaborative support now, to make our ALL IN: Climate Justice Learning Action Guide as transformational, relevant, and far reaching as possible!!!

Come Hell or High Water …
We Can Work Together!
Contact: Breakthrough Communities Project
Carl C. Anthony and Paloma Pavel, co-founders

BreakthroughCommunities@gmail.com | 510.652.2425 | 510.469.7777