Cody is an Idahoan and life-learner. His love of natural and wild places inspires him to connect and fight for access, preservation, and respect for these vital spaces.
Felton Pierre is a freedom fighter and organizer from Miami, Florida who believes art and culture should be at the forefront of any social justice movement. He believes in a world where there is no longer war or violence and where we all have access to clean air, water and healthy food regardless of race, class or gender (distinctions he hopes will be nonexistent in the near future).
Alex is a brother to many, friend to all and an entrepreneur with the heart of a true poet. Like many others in the movement, Alex is on a mission to preserve and protect life on Earth. Back home, Portland Oregon, he is a leader, healing his community through friendship and compassion. He is a person of strong faith and a devoted practitioner of Nichiren Buddhism. (Ask him about the DRPG).
Micah "Big Wind" Lott
Big Wind is a Northern Arapaho tribal member, community organizer, and life-long environmental/ Indigenous rights activist who grew up on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. After spending months at Standing Rock, they have continued to consult, advise, and organize direct actions against the fossil fuel Industry, from front-line and rural communities, to urban areas across the nation.
Tiffanie Jeffreys is a speaker and artist from Portland Oregon. She aims to protect our basic rights and envisions a world where all people are accepted, united and allowed clean air and water.
Nicholas is an organizer, saunterer and lover of all things outdoors - especially if it’s around water. He is working to create a future where no one in the Great Lake states has to worry about having access to clean drinking water and can venture outdoors to enjoy the natural areas our states offer as he enjoyed them.
Maddy is a daughter, an older sister, and an educator from Rochester, NY. She believes in the power of her generation to build a just world run by all people, not by the profits of a few billionaires.
Ben is an aspiring educator, activist, Christian, and ping-pong player--in no particular order--from the Garden State. He seeks to support the health and freedom of young people everywhere in the fight to build a just world.
Carolyn is an organizer and speaker from Charlottesville, Virginia. She maintains hope for a future in which the few can no longer exploit the many, and where every person has access to clean water and air, good food, and a safe home.
Our movement will join the Global #ClimateStrike on September 20. Will you?