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Steph Niaupari is the Founder of Plantita Power, a DC-based collective led by and for Queer, Trans, Black, Indigenous, People of Color (QTBIPOC). Plantita Power fosters community connections where QTBIPOC can nurture their own personal sustenance, relationship to food, and reclaim food sovereignty.

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Breaking Barriers and Empowering Women of Color in Environmental Policy

Marilyn serves as the Public Engagement Director for the House Committee on Natural Resources Democrats. She leads the Committee staff work on all stakeholder engagement on issues that fall under the jurisdiction of the Committee.
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Advancing Justice from the Classroom to Capitol Hill

Josephine Amusa serves as a policy advisor for Democratic Leader Hakeem Jeffries (NY-08). In this capacity, she leads all issues related to energy, climate, natural resources and public lands, science and space, animals, and Tribes.
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Our History and The Why

Serving as the Diversity and Justice Senior Vice President at The Climate Reality Project, Jamiah held DEIJ leadership roles within the political space and worked for progressive organizations and civil rights, before her almost 3-year tenure at The Climate Reality Project.
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Activists Tackle Transportation’s Role in the Climate Crisis

The Central Maryland Transportation Alliance was formed in 2007 as a diverse coalition of corporate and civic leaders uniting business, philanthropic, and institutional sectors around a common agenda: improving and expanding transportation options for the citizens and businesses of Central Maryland. In this blog, President & CEO Brian O’Malley discusses recent efforts to pass more climate-friendly transportation legislation in the state.
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Sisterhood Gardens: Where Environmental Justice and Intergenerational Communities Grow Together 

Dr. Chan, garden educator and food justice advocate, talks about the development of a community-based food security project called Sisterhood Gardens, in San Francisco, CA. What started out as a partnership with the city of San Francisco to offer garden plots led to a space for transformational change in our local community and a model for future mixed-use community garden spaces.
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