Community Lunch and Learn : From Ohio Valley to the Gulf - strategies in digital organizing
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About the Event
How can digital organizing further a movement?
Anaïs Peterson of Earthworks joins Protect PT on Oct 26 to discuss their work in preventing petrochemical buildout in SWPA and the Gulf. Anaïs will share how they implement digital tools, like TikTok, to mobilize folks in the fight against fossil fuel extraction and plastic production.
Watch this Community Lunch & Learn to get a fuller understanding of how petrochem in Southwest PA compares to the Gulf coast. Anaïs will discuss action steps that listeners can take to support communities on the front lines.
anaïs peterson (name/they) is based on the occupied lands of Osage and Shawnee peoples (pittsburgh pennsylvania). anaïs graduated from the university of pittsburgh in 2020 and is now the petrochemicals campaigner at earthworks where anaïs supports petrochemical and fossil fuel fights across the Gulf and Ohio River Valley.