This is a transcript of a panel discussion at n+1 (an online and print literary magazine) on parenting and the climate crisis.  NOTE:  MOF gets a passing mention. 

"The following panel was held at n+1’s office in Brooklyn on September 26, 2019. It
was organized by n+1 contributor Christine Smallwood in cooperation with
Sunrise Kids, a group for parents, babies, and young children that works within
the Sunrise Movement to fight for climate justice and to take on the politicians
and corporations who are driving the climate crisis."

 

 

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  • This is a compelling topic and strikes at the core of our work as Mothers Out Front.  Perhaps we could consider researching the issues surrounding parenting and the climate crisis and host some community conversations on the topic?  Maybe a Mother's Day event?  It might be a powerful recruitment tool.

    From the transcript of Kate Marvel:  "I’m of the mindset that the work to be done needs to be deeper, morecreative, and engage people in ways they haven’t been engaged before. And I believe legacy and the idea of parental responsibility are huge."

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