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==Movement Generation delegation to Klimateforum09==
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Thursday December 17, 2009, 12 noon, Copenhagen time [[Movement Generation]] delegation members to the [[Klimateforum09]] in [[Copenhagen]]
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gathered at the  American Embassy, Copenhagen.
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:''North American indigenous Delegation, Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project, and the Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative, along with other grassroots groups from the United States will deliver a letter to President [[Barack Obama]] demanding that the United States take real, rights-based approaches to climate change and ecological debt.''
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Speakers scheduled were:
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*  [[Diana Lopez]]- ([[Southwest Workers Union]] [[San Antonio]], TX)
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*  [[Michele Roberts]] – ([[Advocates for Environmental Human Rights]], LA/DC)
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*  Representatives  from indigenous communities from the United States and Canada
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*  Moderator: [[Kalila Barnett]] ([[Alternatives for Communities and Environment]], [[Boston]], MA)
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Other Resource people from many other organizations were also  present, including: [[Gopal Dayaneni]], [[Movement Generation]]; [[Alicia Garza]], [[People Organized to Win Employment Rights]] ([[San Francisco]], [[Right to the City]], [[Grassroots Global Justice Alliance]]); [[Mari Rose Taruc]], [[Asian Pacific Environmental Network]] ([[Movement Generation]] Bay Area network, [[Grassroots Global Justice Alliance]], [[Richmond]]); [[Marisa Franco]], [[Right to the City]]  (NY); [[Roxana Aguilar]], [[Strategic Actions for a Just Economy]] ([[Right to the City]], [[Los Angeles]]); [[Jill Johnston]], [[Southwest Workers Union]] ([[Grassroots Global Justice Alliance]]); [[Diana Lopez]], [[Southwest Workers Union]] ([[Grassroots Global Justice Alliance]]); [[Jose Bravo]], [[Just Transition Alliance]] ([[Grassroots Global Justice Alliance]], [[San Diego]]); [[Cecil Corbin-Mark]], [[West Harlem Environmental Actiobn]] ([[Environmental Justice Leadership Forum]], [[New York]]); [[Jacqui Patterson]], [[Women of Color United]] (GA); and [[Diana Pei Wu]], [[Movement Strategy Center]] (CA).<ref>[http://movementgeneration.org/us-affected-people-of-color-urge-obama-to-be-a-champion-in-climate-negotiations/ US Affected People of Color Urge Obama to be Champion in Climate Negotiations MEDIA ADVISORY / AVISO DE PRENSA For immediate release: December 15, 2009]</ref>
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==Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Coordinating Committee==
 
==Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Coordinating Committee==

Revision as of 20:51, 14 January 2016


Jose Bravo

Movement Generation delegation to Klimateforum09

Thursday December 17, 2009, 12 noon, Copenhagen time Movement Generation delegation members to the Klimateforum09 in Copenhagen gathered at the American Embassy, Copenhagen.

North American indigenous Delegation, Movement Generation Justice and Ecology Project, and the Environmental Justice and Climate Change Initiative, along with other grassroots groups from the United States will deliver a letter to President Barack Obama demanding that the United States take real, rights-based approaches to climate change and ecological debt.

Speakers scheduled were:

Other Resource people from many other organizations were also present, including: Gopal Dayaneni, Movement Generation; Alicia Garza, People Organized to Win Employment Rights (San Francisco, Right to the City, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance); Mari Rose Taruc, Asian Pacific Environmental Network (Movement Generation Bay Area network, Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, Richmond); Marisa Franco, Right to the City (NY); Roxana Aguilar, Strategic Actions for a Just Economy (Right to the City, Los Angeles); Jill Johnston, Southwest Workers Union (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance); Diana Lopez, Southwest Workers Union (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance); Jose Bravo, Just Transition Alliance (Grassroots Global Justice Alliance, San Diego); Cecil Corbin-Mark, West Harlem Environmental Actiobn (Environmental Justice Leadership Forum, New York); Jacqui Patterson, Women of Color United (GA); and Diana Pei Wu, Movement Strategy Center (CA).[1]

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Coordinating Committee

Grassroots Global Justice Alliance Coordinating Committee, as of 2015;[2]

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