Fireside Fire Drill with Zero Hour Founder Jamie Margolin

Listen to the June 26th Fireside Fire Drill with Jane Fonda and Jamie Margolin, youth climate justice organizer and Founder + Co-Executive Director of Zero Hour, for a conversation on the youth climate movement, intersectionality, Jamie’s new book — Youth to Power: Your Voice and How to Use It — and her work with Zero Hour.

Jamie Margolin is the co-founder of Zero Hour, one of the organizations that helped build the 2018 and ’19 global climate protests. She, along with 12 other young people, sued the state of Washington for contributing to the climate crisis. She’s testified before Congress and has just released her book, “Youth to Power: Your Voice and How To Use It,” with a foreword by Greta Thunberg. Last year, Jaime was recognized by the NNC as one of the 100 most influential women, and in 2018 was list in Teen Vogue’s 21 Under 21.

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