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Seders in the Streets

The Exodus Alliance is planning street seders in front of Chase banks, the world’s largest investor in fossil fuels, across the country, to challenge this ‘Carbon Pharaoh’

The Exodus Alliance is a group of multifaith organizations, faith leaders, and everyday people taking action for climate justice. On Passover, they plan to organize Passover street seders in front of Chase banks all across the country — the world’s largest investor in fossil fuels — to challenge the financial underpinnings of this “Carbon Pharaoh.” Learn more by heading to ExodusAlliance.org.

Nate DeGroot, national organizer for The Shalom Center, and Madeline Canfield, organizing coordinator for the Jewish Youth Climate Movement (JYCM), represent two of the projects that are collaborating on the Exodus Alliance, along with Dayenu. They join Dan and Lex for a conversation about “carbon pharaohs,” non-violent direct action, and activism across generations. Listen here:

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