In late September, young people across the globe led a series of climate strikes, also known as the Global Week for Future. These actions represented the largest environmental protests that the world has ever seen.
At the strike in Raleigh, North Carolina, Self-Help Credit Union joined other local nonprofits that set up tables to share ideas about solutions and to learn from each other. I signed up to carpool, so found myself headed to Raleigh in the Self-Help hybrid company car with two college students and a Self-Help member.
As we traveled, I reflected on something I’d read: “Hope feeds action, which feeds hope, which feeds action.” It felt good to be joining others who were travelling to Raleigh to call for their elected officials to take effective climate action. Over 500 people gathered from all walks of life: school-aged kids, parents, pa...
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