By Karuna Jaggar, Executive Director
The call for health justice and climate justice is strong! Thanks to each of you who joined us along with over 30,000 people in the streets of San Francisco at the Rise for Climate, Jobs, and Justice march on Saturday.
Now is the time to harness the energy of our collective power to push Governor Brown to take concrete steps to protect people—and the planet—in his final months of office, so that no one is exposed to chemicals that increase the risk of breast cancer. 
Will you join us in the streets again for a mass action at the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco on Thursday, September 13? 
Gov. Brown’s continued failure to protect frontline communities and his continued expansion of fossil fuel production can’t be covered up by holding a summit or signing SB100—even if it is a positive step. He’s eager to secure his legacy, but if Gov. Brown doesn’t do the right thing the only mark he’ll leave on history will be a giant oil stain.
Right now, we have an important opportunity to bring our message directly to Gov. Brown. While the world’s eyes are turned to San Francisco for the Summit, join us in putting him in the hot seat.
Here’s what you need to know to take action with us Thursday, September 13 in San Francisco:
WhatMass action at the Global Climate Action Summit
When: Thursday, September 13 at 7 AM
Where: Jessie Square, 736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA**
Sign up to take action
**We know this is early, but we want to be sure our action is noticed before the event begins, so please do your best to join us at this time!
Join us to stand in solidarity with Indigenous and frontline communities and demand that Gov. Brown put public health above the interests of Big Oil.