Moms from the environmental activism arm of Van Jones' Dream Corps mobilized for climate justice in D.C.
Courtesy of Politic365.   Vien Truong is no stranger to the climate justice movement. A long-time resident of Oakland, California, environmental equity is an abiding passion for the CEO of Dream Corps and leader of Green For All.  Nationally praised for her work developing energy and environmental policy, “this work has been...
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Green For All brought moms from around the country to Washington D.C. -- and it was powerful. These women are fighting for environmental justice because President Trump won't. Thank you to Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA), Nanette Diaz Barragán (CA), Pramila Jayapal (WA), Sheila Jackson Lee (TX), and Tulsi Gabbard (HI) for...
The Trump Administration announced the repeal of the Clean Power Plan today. Van Jones reminds people that clean energy was once a bipartisan issue. Clean energy does not kill jobs. Degregulation of power plants will kill people though. Click on the photo to watch Van on CNN New Day, then...
[This article was first published in Shondaland]   Boss. Badass. Climate warrior. Environmental justice activist Vien Truong learned two things as a child: Climate change affects us all, and some people suffer more than others. When her family arrived in the Bay Area as refugees from war-ravaged Vietnam, her parents didn't...
Lawmakers, 'warrior women' oppose budget cuts by Arianna Skibell, E&E News reporter Published: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 in E&E News   Pictured above: Vien Truong, director of Green For All, calling on lawmakers, specifically women lawmakers to oppose Trump U.S. EPA budget cuts.  Lawmakers joined a group of mothers today outside...
August 23, 2017. Article published in NEVADA FORWARD. By Andrew Davey.  “It is very hard to learn when you can not breathe.” That’s the message Green for All founder Van Jones had for Governor Brian Sandoval (R) last Saturday. He joined Chispa Nevada and over 100 grassroots community activists in Las Vegas...
Reposted article published by The Root, contributor Charles D. Ellison. People make their way out of a flooded Houston neighborhood Aug. 29, 2017, after it was inundated with rainwater following Hurricane Harvey. (Scott Olson/Getty Images) Houston state Rep. Shawn Thierry’s majority-black district houses nearly 200,000 residents, the Houston Texans football stadium, and...

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