Happening Pretty Much Now: Arts and Crafts for Climate Justice

Ally “Fuckin” Bernstein ’13 is warming up for her next Internet Club meeting with preparation for the Climate Justice
Circus:

Today at 1 pm, we’ll meet at the University Organizing Center 190 High Street in Middletown for an Arts & Crafts Day, Skit Rehearsal, and discussion of logistics in preparation for the Climate Justice Circus.

We’ll need as many supplies as possible for props and costumes,
including:

Signs and a “People’s Energy Plan” banner
Costumes for the following roles in the skit
2 Mimes
1 Magician making climate change disappear
1 Natural Gas Clown
1 Incineration Clown
1 Ringmaster
1 Elephant Handler

We are also looking for people to be in the skit. If you’re interested, please email If you would like to play a role in the skit, please email danfischer4@gmail.com!

Join us on Valentine’s Day as we call for REAL SOLUTIONS and CLIMATE JUSTICE! Remove incinerators and natural gas from the state energy strategy. Demanding real solutions in Connecticut’s Energy Strategy, not natural gas, trash incineration and other ‘fossil foolish’ distractions, demonstrators will host a mini-circus complete with clowns and a fake elephant, followed by a more serious general assembly to discuss grassroots ideas for climate and environmental justice.

Connecticut State Capitol North Steps (facing Bushnell Park)
210 Capitol Avenue, Hartford
2-3 PM

Sponsored by Connecticut Coalition for Environmental Justice and
Capitalism vs the Climate.

Date: Today, February 10
Time: 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Place: UOC (190 High Street)
Cost: Free

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