Saturday + Sunday, May 11-12, 2019 (9AM-6:30PM)
Florida International University Wolf University Center
Learn more HERE
Promise to Protect is a historic training tour to prepare thousands to take mass action to stop the Keystone XL pipeline, fracking in the Everglades, and every other fossil fuel project that comes our way. It’s time to skill-up, expand, and deepen our ability to fight Big Oil at every level.
At the training, you’ll learn about nonviolent direct action and support roles, protocols for mobilizing in Lakota territory, and how to apply these lessons to local campaigns, which we’ll need in order to create a countywide wave of resistance against fossil fuel development in our communities. As we’ve seen in South Florida, companies will stop at nothing to frack in the Everglades. Together we can grow our skills and our movement to create the change we need at home and at the national level.
Miami Climate Alliance is excited to partner with Before It’s Too Late and nine other local organizations to promote Earth Week Challenge 2019.
This regional campaign is bringing together everyday people, schools and businesses across South Florida to complete an environmental action challenge for each day of Earth Week from April 22- 28, 2019.
SUPERFLEX was founded by Bjørnstjerne Christiansen, Jakob Fenger, and Rasmus Nielsen in 1993, and since then the three artists have gained international recognition for their playfully subversive, DIY (do-it- yourself) approach to addressing critical social issues.
Increasingly during the last two decades, responses to climate change echo within the art world in a more activist way. The title of this exhibition, We Are All in the Same Boat, envisions passengers together on a ship at sea, and a set of shared risks that may put them in danger.
SUPERFLEX runs until April 21, 2019. The museum is open from 1-6 p.m. on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays and from 1-8 p.m. on Thursdays. MDC students, faculty and staff can enter for free.
Miami-Dade County Office of Resilience and/or cohosts invite you to public workshops to discuss how to address sea level rise in our community. By 2060, we expect sea levels to be approximately two feet higher. They are asking for your input on how you would like to see your community adapt to accommodate more water.
SMASH and Miami Workers Center (MWC) are having another meeting in the community, and this time, we’re going to talk about what everyone has on their minds: the rent. (Because it’s too DAMN high!)
We will not only talk about our experiences dealing with the high cost of rent, but also, talk about solutions. We’ll be meeting at the site of one such solution, the SMASH Housing Project and Community Land Trust. But there are so many others that we need to work on including the formation of a county-wide tenant union, and a state-wide rent control policy. Surely, you have your own ideas too, and we need to hear them! We need to ORGANIZE!
The Rent is Too DAMN High Meeting and SMASH/MWC Update
Thursday, Mar 28th at 6PM
SMASH Community Land Trust
2264 NW 63rd St, Miami, FL 33147
In addition, we need help doing community outreach for this meeting. If you’re interested in volunteering with us for this important event, then please attend the volunteer training happening this Thursday at 6PM at the Miami Workers Center (720 NW 55th St, Miami, FL 33127)
What are your plans for Earth day? Join The CLEO Institute for their annual Empowering Capable Climate Communicators Symposium in partnership with Florida International University’s Sea Level Solutions Center.
This will be the most important climate and resilience symposium in South Florida for 2019, with keynote speakers Dr. Michael E. Mann and CEO of the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation, Terry Tamminen.
WHEN: APRIL 26-27, 2019
WHERE: THE CLEO INSTITUTE
Get your tickets here.
Join the Farmworker Association of Florida, South Florida Interfaith Worker Justice, and WeCount! as we launch astatewide heat stress campaign to tell our state law makers to pass heat stress protections for all of Florida’s vulnerable outdoor workers! Join the campaign by signing on to this letter.
Florida works, because people work! And, workers in the Sunshine State are at growing risk from rising temperatures as a result of global warming. Our state’s economy depends on the work of agricultural laborers, who harvest the food that feeds us, and construction workers, roofers and others who build our homes, our cities, and our roads and highways.
Please join other organizations – including the Florida Center for Fiscal and Economic Policy, Organize Florida, Miami Workers Center, Food and Water Watch, SEIU 1199, Florida Immigrant Coalition, Latino Justice, Farmworker Self-Help, Agricultural Justice Project and more! – and join the campaign by signing on to this letter.
Add your organization to our sign on letter, and let’s show the broad coalition of groups that are saying “Yes! We want heat stress protections now!” Deadline for sign-ons is March 8th