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Climate change is unrelenting. But so are we.

Last Friday, we gathered in Boston—and in cities across the US—to keep up the pressure. We marched for our future and the future of the people we love.

This is an unprecedented moment in the climate struggle. Don't miss out! If you're new to the movement, take a look at the 350 Mass Node meetings on the right and find a group near you. Show up, make friends, and make your voice heard.

In solidarity,
Rosemary Mosco
Newsletter Volunteer

December 6 Boston Climate Strike A Success

On Dec 6 we met at Copley Square and marched to the State House to support students striking for a livable future. Similar strikes took place all around the US. It was a powerful day. Thanks to everyone who joined us to demand climate justice for all.

Other 350 Mass News

Divest Ed is Hiring a Director: Better Future Project is looking for a Divest Ed director to start in 2020! We need someone with a vision for the student fossil fuel divestment movement, a passion for student and youth organizing, a commitment to climate justice, and experience working with young people and partnering with other movements. See here for the job listing.

Survey from the Municipal Working Group: The MWG supports 350 Mass nodes working to pass climate solutions at the municipal level. Fill out this survey to support the development of the Municipal Working Group. 

Write a Letter to the Editor: 350 Mass members write lots of letters to the editor, many of which get published! Here are some recent letters:

Want to join the team? Email Vignesh Ramachandran to find out more!

Other Climate Movement News

TODAY: Film Premiere—Telling The Stories: The Fore River Basin is home to to ten industrial facilities that release a variety of toxic pollutants. Come to a premiere of a short film led by Fore River Residents Against the Compressor Station (FRRACS) about health impacts in the Fore River basin. Tue, Dec 10, 7 pm, Fore River Club, 16 Nevada Rd, Quincy.

Support Solar Workers:A group of construction workers at the NYC solar company Bright Power was fired for organizing to form a union. This would have been one of the first ever unions at a solar company. Supporting workers is an essential part of the Green New Deal. Send a letter to Bright Power's CEO Jeffrey Perlman.

Solidarity Opportunities

It's Time for Corporations to Pay Their Fair Share! Ask if Your Legislator Agrees: Big business lobbyists are pushing legislators to pass regressive taxes and fees that disproportionately affect low- and middle-income people. Contact your legislator by phone or email and voice your opposition to regressive revenue and voice your support for corporations paying their fair share.

Support the Safe Communities Act: This act's hearing before the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security was rescheduled from Monday, December 2. Learn more about the act and how to support it through the Massachusetts Immigrant and Refugee Action coalition, and tell Mass legislators to support immigrant families! Stay tuned for updates.
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About Better Future Project and 350 Mass

Better Future Project (BFP) builds grassroots power to advance a rapid transition beyond fossil fuels. 350 Mass is Better Future Project's volunteer-led climate action network. 

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Upcoming Node Meetings
All are welcome!
Mon, Jan 13, 6-7:30 pm
Brighton Branch of the Boston Public Library
40 Academy Hill Rd, Brighton

Wed, Dec 18, 6-8 pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
175 Wendell Ave, Pittsfield

Tue, Dec 17, 7-8:30 pm
First Church in Jamaica Plain
6 Eliot St, Jamaica Plain

Tue, Dec 10, 6:30-8:30 pm (orientation for new members at 6 pm)
First Church Cambridge
11 Garden St, Cambridge

Cape Cod
Thu, Jan 9, 7-8:30 pm
Sturgis Library
3090 Main St, Barnstable

Greater Franklin
Holiday Party!
Thu, Dec 12, 7-9 pm
First Universalist Society in Franklin
262 Chestnut St, Franklin
RSVP [email protected]

Wed, Dec 11, 7-8:30 pm
Mill No. 5
250 Jackson St, Lowell

Wed, Dec 18, noon-1:30 pm
Unitarian Church
478 Main St, Winchester

Tue, Jan 9, 7-9 pm
First Parish of Sudbury
327 Concord Rd, Sudbury

Tue, Dec 18, 7-8:30 pm
Medford High School, Rm V220
489 Winthrop St, Medford

Tue, Dec 17, 7-9 pm 
First Unitarian Society in Newton
1326 Washington St, Newton

North Shore
Tue, Jan 7, 6:30-8:30 pm
Beverly Farms Library
24 Vine St, Beverly

South Coast
Tue, Jan 14, 7-8:30 pm
First Parish Church in Taunton
76 Church Green, Taunton

South Shore
Tue, Dec 17, 7:30-9 pm
Old Ship Church Parish House
107 Main St, Hingham

Upper Charles
Mon, Dec 23, 7-9 pm
Sherborn UU
11 Washington St, Sherborn

Sun, Dec 22, 4:15-6 pm
The Residence at Watertown Square
20 Summer St, Watertown
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