We're all yearning to get outside. After a year indoors, the sun coming out as hundreds of millions of Americans receive the COVID-19 vaccines hold promise of reuniting with loved ones and feeling unbelievably hopeful.
COVID-19 didn’t create the systems whose flaws became glaringly evident in 2020—disparities between the rich and the rest of us, racism that took lives through COVID and violence. Our systems may have broken down, but when we listen to and uplift those who are already rebuilding, we’ll be building a stronger, greener, more equitable future for the generations to come.
Building a People-First Economy
Out of the Loop: Exposing Corporate Power
Defunding Dystopia, Reimagining Peace
How We Heal from Here
Who Feeds the Farmworkers?
More than the Minimum: Why We Need a Liveable Wage
The intensity of the 2020 general election exposed the frustration so many Americans feel when our needs go unheard by government and corporations. It also showed the disillusionment we often feel with our political system, as many Americans wondered whether a new presidential administration would truly make a difference. Though we are often pitted against each other,…
6 Reasons to Support Black-Owned Businesses
Shareholders on Mute: Inequity in Virtual Meetings
How We Can All Make a Difference From Where We Are
Grow Climate Solutions for a Better Food System
Getting to 100% Clean Energy, Equitably
Follow the Worker-Leaders
Local Groups Take Bold Climate Actions
What COVID-19 Is Teaching Us About the Fight Against Climate Change
2020 has thrown everyone for a loop. But Green America has been steadfastly advocating for a just, inclusive, and green recovery from the pandemic economy. Our vision is the same as ever: We work for a world where all people have enough, where all communities are healthy and safe, and where the abundance of the Earth is preserved for all the generations to come.
6 Ways to Protest in a Pandemic
A Beginner's Guide to Activism
Green vs. Greenwashed: Hand Hygiene
The Fight for Food Justice
5 Foods to Boost Your Immune System
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Your (Kids') Guide to Staying On Task
#BlackandGreen Body Care
Meet Our Members: Interview with Brady Quirk-Garvan