March 2019: A classmate of Juliana v. US plaintiff Avery made a video of drone footage of the #youthclimatestrike in Eugene, Oregon.
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Grumpy Gramps adaptation of a Joseph Mather (1790) revolutionary poem celebrating Thomas Paine.
Alarmed, harmed but not to blame, Let Youth explain.
To every soul,
Help the World to see,
What dupes and slaves to Fossil Fuels We be, And point out pathways to Climate Recovery, Across oceans and skies from pole to pole.
President of ' Make America Great' Tweets in fear and hate.
All will understand:
Politicians blush for shame,
Many corporations do the same, Infamous is your name.
Citizens rise, take a stand.
Pull proud oppressors down, Knock off each tyrants crown, Corruption, sleaze, false word; Save us from hypocrisy,
Down oligarchy and plutocracy,
Set up democracy.
Let the insight of innocence be heard.
Why should despotic pride Usurp on every side?
Let us be free:
Grant this generation success, And all futures bless,
Plant through the universe Liberty's Justice Tree.
Facts are seditious things
When they touch courts and kings,
Lobbyists and lawyers paid,
Fricking gas fracked, coal shipped, oil pipelines built, Innocence charged with guilt,
Blood most unjustly spilt,
History stands amazed.
Vain emperor may bully and bulldoze.
Earth Guardians rally, ha! He has no clothes! Our Children's Trust is about love.
With common sense, legal and scientific proof, Climate Kids speak the truth,
Demanding solutions for Global Youth. Support in Court Youthvgov.
May 2018: A Corvallis, Oregon mural “Walking Lightly in Time” was commissioned by the Corvallis chapter of Youth Climate Action Now - You Can Corvallis. “Humans are sort of walking with fellow species,” mural artist Esteban Camacho Steffensen said of the piece. “Three youths are leaving a light footprint on a path.” The Roman numeral date included is October 29, 2018 - the first day of trial for Juliana v. US!
March 2018: The Eugene Chapter of the Raging Grannies, with some help from other local chapters, put on a musical rendition of the Juliana v. US lawsuit as part of the 2018 Public Interest Environmental Law Conference.
February 2018: Juliana v. United States plaintiff, Navajo Nation member, and student of ceramic art Jaime made a mug in honor of our #RatherBeInCourt campaign on February 5, 2018, the day that the trial for her lawsuit against the federal government was originally scheduled to begin.