As an attorney in North Carolina, Earls has been a champion for justice, taking on multiple cases central to protecting communities and the environment in North Carolina. Friends of the Earth Action endorsed Earls in September.
Friends of the Earth Action today announced its endorsement of 30 gubernatorial, statewide, U.S. House and Senate candidates around the nation, moving the organization’s support behind candidates ready to protect our planet and resist the corruption of Donald Trump’s administration.
In North Carolina, Anita Earls’ work at the intersection of the law and environmental justice has protected local communities from polluting corporations that sought to take advantage of minority and low-income communities
If the Democrats want to restore the trust of young voters and unite workers and environmentalists, they’ll restore the ban and back a Green New Deal that’ll guarantee every American a job fighting climate change and building a fossil-free economy
Tonight the Democratic voters of Maryland made it clear that Maryland is ready for a progressive leader like Ben Jealous and Friends of the Earth Action is committed to making sure that he wins in November.
A new television ad in support of Ben Jealous for Maryland governor is airing this week, sponsored by Friends of the Earth Action.
By putting Americans first and rejecting fossil fuel money, Wallace has made it clear that he will work for the people of Pennsylvania.
Today Congress sent Donald Trump a trillion dollar giveaway to corporations and billionaires that will increase inequality while cutting protections for clean air and safe water. Trump will soon take to the Rose Garden to celebrate his graft.
The Senate has voted to pass a tax bill that, according to the Joint Committee on Taxation, will disproportionately benefit corporations and the wealthy and will add $1 trillion to the U.S. deficit over the next ten years.
riends of the Earth Action today endorsed Ben Jealous for governor of Maryland. The endorsement was announced as part of a Facebook live conversation at the Maryland home of Friends of the Earth Action President Erich Pica.