Want to know how you can support the movement for climate justice?
We’ve created this handy list of simple actions you can take right now to build an equitable green economy that cuts pollution, creates jobs and lifts American communities out of poverty.
Together, we can make a future worth fighting for. Join us and take action today for a clean economy future for all.
You can also support our work by purchasing ECOS® Products! For every 100 oz ECOS® Laundry Detergent sold during the month of April, $1 (up to $100K) will be donated to Dream Corps Green For All, to help us promote a Green Economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty.
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Tell the USPS to Purchase Electric Vehicles, not Gas-Powered ones that Pollute Our Air
In January, President Biden pledged to “electrify” the U.S. government vehicle fleet by replacing its 650,000 gas-powered vehicles with electric models. But, last month the USPS flouted Biden’s promise to the American people, announcing they would replace their 30-year-old fleet of delivery trucks with gas-powered ones instead.
The USPS has no excuse to increase pollution. Sign the petition in our bio and demand the USPS follow Biden’s executive order and electrify their fleet.
Demand $10B For Safe Homes
During COVID, 1 in 4 households in the U.S. say they are struggling with utility bills. Families struggling to afford their bills are forced to make the impossible choice to cut-back on critical necessities like medication or food or continue heating or cooling their home.
Sign the petition to urge Congress to pass $10 billion to modernize and upgrade 2 million homes for low-income families.
Clean Buses For Healthy Kids
Over 25 million children in the U.S. ride a school bus on their way to get an education. Nearly 90 percent of those school buses are operated on diesel, which exposes them to toxins and carcinogens known to cause asthma, cancer, and pollution-related illness.
Sign the petition to electrify our nation’s school bus fleets!
Green Jobs For Justice-Involved People
As a society, we have over-invested in criminal justice and dirty fuels, and under-invested in Black and Brown communities.
Add your name to get updates on how Green For All is prioritizing good green jobs for justice-involved populations in the proposal to rebuild American infrastructure and invest in workers and communities across the country.
April Event Line Up
Green For All is hosting a series of talks, events and streams for Earth Month 2021. Join the conversation and get reminders to watch live!
The Green Dialogues on IG Live: How toxic products disproportionately affect marginalized communities.
Join us for a conversation to up your awareness & learn what you can do to fight back. Featuring Alex Blaise Shadrow (@sustainabae) and special guests Kelly Vlahakis-Hank (CEO & President of ECOS), Michelle Romero (CPO & National Director of Dream Corps Green For All), and Astrid Williams (Environmental Justice Manager of Black Women for Wellness). Tune in on Friday, April 9th at 7p ET / 4p PT.
Avoiding An Eco-Apartheid on the Climate Crisis Clubhouse Room
Dream Corps Green For All CPO and National Director, Michelle Romero, will be featured on the Climate Crisis Clubhouse Room with Behavioral Scientist, Dr. Sweta Chakraborty. Tune in and join the conversation on Sunday, April 11th from 3PM to 5PM ET.
The Green Dialogues on IG Live: Can Sustainability Be Accessible For All?
To take on the massive challenge of the climate crisis, we need all hands on deck. On April 16th, join us for a discussion on creating a movement that brings all of us to the table of change. Featuring Kristy Drutman (@browngirl_green) and Helga Garza-Garcia (Director, Agri-Cultura Network), Jenna Arkin (VP Innovation, ECOS), and Nisha Anand (CEO of Dream Corps). Tune in on Friday, April 16th at 7p ET / 4p PT.
The Green Dialogues on IG Live: Redefining the ‘Green’ Job
Build Back Better’ means massively investing in sustainable infrastructure that can handle the needs of the next century and a pipeline of talent that represents the true diversity of America. Join us for a discussion on opening doors of opportunity in the green economy featuring Isaias Hernandez (@queerbrownvegan) and special guests Rev. Lennox Yearwood Jr. (Founder of the Hip Hop Caucus), Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks (CEO of ECOS), and Harry Johnson (Government Affairs Manager of Dream Corps Green for All). Tune in on Friday, April 23th at 7p ET / 4p PT.
The Environmental Defense Fund podcast sat down with Michelle Romero, National Director of Dream Corps Green For All. Michelle spoke on how the Green For All team is bringing together unlikely coalitions to find new solutions for reducing poverty while building a clean-energy economy.
The Solar Disruption Theory
Catch Dream Corps Green For All National Director, Michelle Romero, on the latest episode of the Solar Disruption Theory Podcast! Hosts Sean and Jules get the scoop on what we can do right now to address equity in the green economy, and what passing the Clean School Bus Act would mean for millions of children across the U.S.