The Coolest Show + tornado relief: Project Mushroom latest
The Coolest Show
"Advocate for people and planet" and our friend, Tamara Toles O’Laughlin, guest hosted environmental justice icon, Reverend Yearwood’s, “The Coolest Show” at the end of last year.
Toles O’Laughlin was joined by Melanie Allen, co-director of the Hive Fund, and Tracey Lewis, policy counsel for Public Citizen — they discuss how finance is a defense against climate impacts. Who has access to money and where the money is going, is one of the biggest barriers to climate justice.
Give the podcast a listen here.
Rolling Fork tornado relief fund
This weekend, Anna Jane Joyner shared links to relief efforts organized in the wake of the tornados that devastated Mississippi and Alabama on March 24th.
West of Jackson, MS — which is still dealing with a drinking water crisis — fundraisers describe Rolling Fork as “the heart and soul of the South Delta.”
You can support the families of victims and recovery efforts by donating here.
— Megan Ruttan
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