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Currently in Washington DC— November 24th, 2021

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The weather, currently.
Sunny with a couple afternoon clouds, Hi 50°F / Lo 32°F
Sunny with a couple afternoon clouds, Hi 50°F / Lo 32°F
“Appreciate you” Wednesday warms a bit with a smile. Thanks from the cold dawn to the brisk day. Thanks the chill light winds and slow-spinning leaves. Thanks each breath shared with trees. Thanks the coming clouds that hug afternoon sky. Thanks the renewable revolution growing nigh. Thanks every activist and creature doing some part. Thanks more-normal November 30s-50s°F day from the heart. Thanks the way forward, folks reflecting, connecting, and repairing harm. Thanks the rest of the week’s weather, mostly sun-chilled confirmed. Thanks hyggeligt, life in everything, our solar abundance. Thanks for your focus on climate justice.
What you need to know, currently.
Blockade Australia
BREAKING: Sergeio, 22, has been sentenced to 12 months in prison, 6 months no parole, for direct action at the world's biggest coal port.
He said: “We’re taking our future back. When Australia decides it’s going to destroy it’s people through ecocide, the people will rise up”. https://t.co/TZVKt8v6Kc
A 22-year-old Australian climate activist has been sentenced to a year in jail for blockading coal trains. The protestor, Eric Serge Herbert, stopped a coal train in Newcastle, by climbing on top of it. Read more from The Guardian here. — Abbie Veitch
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