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3 Tips for Rejuvenation and Revolution this Holiday Season

3 Tips for Rejuvenation and Revolution this Holiday Season

It’s time to gather with loved ones, bond over copious amounts of sugar, and plot revolution for 2020! Here are 3 tips for ramping up revolution this holiday season, the last one before we elect our next president. Let’s use this time to reconnect and recharge, so we...

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Sue the Grown-Ups!

Sue the Grown-Ups!

When 60 fifth-graders found out about kids suing the government for wrecking the planet, they leapt in to help. Here’s the extraordinary thing that happened next.

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Amplify Youth Voices

Amplify Youth Voices

No one has more right to demand climate justice than children, who will be around longer than us, confronting the climate beast we’ve unleashed. Here’s how to help them speak up for themselves.

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Unplug the Kids

Unplug the Kids

Nothing has been harder in our parenting than dealing with screens. Here are family-tested ways to keep kids happily engaged with the world and one another.

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Dress Up Your Door

Dress Up Your Door

It started with “The Graveyard We Need” as part of the neighborhood Halloween decorations. That led, four years later, to a 450-person human art project in downtown Eugene.

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Book Launch Party at Tsunami Books

Book Launch Party at Tsunami Books

OPEN HOUSE & READING for Mary’s new book Tsunami Book Store in Eugene, Oregon. Author Mary DeMocker, co-founder of 350.org’s Eugene chapter, shares humorous stories from her 21 years of trying to raise happy, well-adjusted kids while also protecting their habitat.

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