The objective of Fridays for Future United States’ media strategy is to inspire grassroots, youth-centered organizing on the global climate crisis. We use press and social media to raise awareness and demand action. We work to promote green and climate-friendly legislation, organize global climate strikes, and highlight young activists. We aim to engage young people from all walks of life in organizing against the global climate crisis. We demand a better planet – and highlight and uplift the work of disenfranchised and marginalized communities and activists, standing on the shoulders of previous generations of activists.
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Global Climate StrikeOn September 24th, 2021, local groups within the Fridays for Future U.S. (FFF U.S.) network will be hosting Global Climate Strikes across the country – with emphasized focus on our Global Climate Strikes in Los Angeles, CA and New York City, NY. Our first strike back in person as the world continues to grapple with COVID19, we are emphasizing safety alongside our belief that immediate and extensive climate action is critical.
National Demands Launch The launch of FFF U.S.’s National Demands will serve as a guide to our coming advocacy and campaigns. The upcoming Global Climate Strikes will act as both a mass mobilization for change and an opportunity for youth to share their climate demands as part of the lead up to the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP)26 in early November.
Global Climate StrikeWe are hosting a Digital Rally and day of events, highlighting prominent youth climate activists and creating a community space to reignite energy in the movement. This event is hosted by climate organizations across the country and will serve as the official launch to bring back the Fridays for Future USA movement. Specific program details can be found on our website.
FFF USA Official LaunchFridays For Future USA is back! We have been working to rebuild for the past 6 months and we are mobilizing on March 19th to reignite the U.S. climate strike movement. ur generation won’t stop striking until governments agree to remedy damaging environmental policies and take sustainable, collective action.