CA - Dia De Los Muertos

Dia De Los Muertos Brown's Last Chance Press Conference was held in old Sacramento on November 1st, 2018. Adelita Serena, community organizer at Mothers Out Front spoke at the event. The event was held to remember and honor those who have been lost from frontline communities impacted by fossil fuel extraction with a traditional Dia de Los Muertos altar.

 

Adelita Serena, Community Organizer, Mothers Out Front, at the mic.

Mothers Out Front is part of Brown's Last Chance coalition of over 800 organizations pushing the governor to take action on oil and gas extraction. The coalition was able to hand deliver 1 million petitions to Governor Brown's appointed aid, several hundred of which were signed because of Mothers Out Front’s mobilizing.

 

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    • Linda Hutchins-Knowles
      commented 2018-11-21 14:18:10 -0500
      Bravo, Adelita, the new Mothers Out Front Capitol Region team & our Brown’s Last Chance allies! Delivering the 1 million petitions to Governor Brown on Día de Los Muertos was a brilliant idea. So many lives have been lost to climate destabilization and fossil fuel extraction & refining and it’s important that we honor and remember them. It’s even more important that our leaders, like Gov. Brown, do everything in their power to prevent more deaths by STOPPING all new oil & gas permits in the state and DROPPING oil & gas production in a just transition to a clean energy economy. There is no time to wait!