Young Girls Learn about Gender Justice and Environmental Stewardship

guest blog post by A. Tianna Scozzaro, Director, Sierra Club’s Global Population & Environment Program “We have a powerful potential in our youth, and we must have the courage to change old ideas and practices so that we may direct their power toward good ends” – Mary McLeod Bethune A powerful civil rights activist and educator, MaryContinue reading “Young Girls Learn about Gender Justice and Environmental Stewardship”

Give me an O. A. K.

guest blog by Jackie Ostfeld, Sierra Club’s Nearby Nature Director and OAK Chair, and Brenna Muller, Sierra Club’s Trails and OAK Program Manager Give me an O. Give me an A. Give me a K. What’s that spell? “OAK” cheered 100s of fourth graders at Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC, on Tuesday during anContinue reading “Give me an O. A. K.”