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Episode 31: “Midterm Elections 2018 – protect the vote!” [October 30, 2018]

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One week out from election day 2018, our hosts are joined by leading experts to cover everything you need to know about protecting voting rights, strengthening our democracy, and why you should be a #ClimateVoter. Guests include Kristen Clarke (Executive Director, Lawyers’ Committee on Civil Rights Under Law) and Dorian Spence ( Special Litigation & Advocacy Project, Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights)

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Episode 30: “Relentless: the hidden climate impacts” [October 23, 2018]

Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 
Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Episode 29: “We’ve Been Warned – Special Episode on new United Nations Climate Report” [October 16, 2018]

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Our hosts are joined by Keya Chatterjee (U.S. Climate Action Network), Heather McTeer Toney (Moms Clean Air Force), and Dr. Rachel Licker (Union of Concerned Scientist) to discuss the new alarming report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. This report is bleak, y’all. We dive into what this report means for our families, communities, and planet, while our amazing guests cover the science, politics, economic implications, and activism and organizing behind what needs to happen for real solutions.

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Episode 28: “Right to Vote, Right to Healthy Communities!” [October 9, 2018]

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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:

 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.

 Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.

 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:

 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.

 Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.

 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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Broadcast Date: April 17, 2018
Broadcast Time: 6:00 pm ET / 3:00 pm PT
Stream: WPFWFM.org/radio
Podcast: launching 4/16, this episode will be posted for download 4/18
Social Media Handles: @CoryBooker, @GreenpeaceUSA, @LCVoters, @Think100show @RevYearwood @EJinAction, @T_Sittenfeld, #Think100
 
Overview:
 Our hosts were joined by two relentless advocates fighting injustice, driving community-led solutions, and empowering the disenfranchised — Kerene Tayloe and Kelly Miller. As someone facing homelessness, Kelly gave us an incredible perspective on unreported impacts from climate change and shared how her perseverance as an advocate is helping create policy solutions. Kerene focused on empowering women, organizing climate refugees to vote, and building solutions that have lasting positive health, economic, and housing outcomes for everyone.  Our most basic public health protections are under attack. At the same time our ability to provide input into the decision-making process has been whittled away. These actions are especially dire for communities of color, low-income communities, and indigenous communities, who already face disproportionate impacts from pollution, sagging infrastructure, and climate change. While United States Congressional Members of color and green organizations are stepping up to protect our communities, there is more work to be done to reverse historic wrongs and current actions being taken by the current Administration.
 
In episode six of Think 100%, we sit down with United States Senator Cory Booker to dig into the challenges and solutions. Also joining us are leaders from Green Peace USA, an organization at the front-lines of the biggest fights to free us from fossil fuels that are causing climate change. The League of Conservation Voters will also be dropping by to let us know just how well Members of Congress are doing to protect our communities and planet. You don’t want to miss this episode.
 
Check out some of the topics we’ll be covering in this episode: 
Episode Guests:
  • Senator Cory Booker (D-NJ)
  • Annie Leonard, Executive Director, Greenpeace USA
  • Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA
  • Tiernan Sittenfeld, Senior Vice President of Government Affairs, League of Conservation Voters
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WATCH: Commemorating 10 Years of Respect My Vote!

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Over the past 10 years, Respect My Vote! has engaged millions of people during election cycles throughout the United States. It has help set the stage for major cultural shifts towards awareness, activism, and empowerment. In 2018, Respect My Vote! is not slowing down. This is our moment.

To commemorate the Respect My Vote! 10-year anniversary, check out this video we just launched featuring new music by the Black Eyed Peas. WATCH:

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The campaign has been blessed to have amazing partners and spokespeople, including T.I., Charlamagne tha God, Keke Palmer, 2 Chainz, Amber Rose, Vic Mensa, Future, and hundreds of other artists, community leaders, and organizations. We’re also grateful for the support from Hip Hop Caucus members like you. Thank you all for being a part of this campaign to create positive change!

There is so much at stake for all of us in the elections this year and state voter registration deadlines are almost here. So right now we need you to make sure everyone you know is prepared. Send them to RespectMyVote.com today!

Be Prepared for the November 6th Elections:

Share this video online using #RespectMyVote and tag us @HipHopCaucus so we can share your post. 

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