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Seeking activists and their families in Detroit, Minneapolis, Seattle, Richmond and The Bronx for a video campaign about climate justice. Climate justice is no longer a future issue - and tree equity can play a real role in driving this change. In cities across America, there are often fewer trees in Black, Brown, and Indigenous (BIPOC) communities due to decades of discriminatory zoning policies and practices. Over the next two years, a new program will employ individuals in five of these affected communities to plant thousands of trees in their own neighborhoods. This will be a paid fellowship program open to individuals living in Detroit, Minneapolis, Seattle (2021), Richmond and The Bronx (2022) who are committed to improving the equity in their own communities. We need to spread the word that the climate crisis is no longer a future problem. With your participation in this video, we’ll not only shine a much-needed spotlight on this issue, but also help these vulnerable neighborhoods build a more sustainable future.