Tens of thousands of people attend a Black Lives Matter protest which was mainly peaceful on June 6 in London, United Kingdom. Phil Clarke Hill / In Pictures / Getty Images As climate activists, we can’t fight the climate crisis without considering the systemic impacts that environmental racism and White supremacy have on the frontline communities most affected by pollution and our warming world. Over the last few months, many around the world have taken time to recognize and educate themselves about the fight against police brutality, racism, and inequity. While this fight has been going on for decades, it’s time for White activists, in particular, to step up our game and do everything we can to become effective allies to those leading the fight for social and environmental justice. You’ve probably seen articles and social media posts about supporting Black Lives Matter and environmental justice, but what can we do online to help amplify the voices of these organizers – and how can we stand with them? Do a Social Media Audit and Reconsider Who You Follow As the movement for social and environmental justice continues, it’s important to pay attention to the voices and media outlets you’re […]


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