Jane Fonda, Academy Award-winning actress and activist protest against climate change outside the US Capitol in Washington. Jane Fonda enquires into the gravity of the global climate crisis. This brings attention to its health impacts on Black communities.
She depicts her passion and protests advocating for climate change in her new book, “What Can I Do?: My Path From Climate Despair to Action.”
Jane Fonda has unusual plans for her 82nd birthday: she wants to spend the night in jail.
Veteran actor and activist Jane Fonda has been arrested four times. She was inspired by Greta Thunberg and disgusted by Trump.
The Hollywood icon and political activist has been protesting against the inaction over the climate crisis at the US Capitol every Friday. Moreover, Fonda has been arrested four times and kept overnight once.
she has been very outspoken about several issues including Black Lives Matters. she thinks that racial injustice and climate change are intertwined. In an interview, she said, “First of all, the fossil fuel industry very deliberately puts its infrastructures, its wells, its fracking bits, its refineries and incinerators in communities of color thinking that these people don’t have enough power to push back and complain.”
Hollywood Legend Jane Fonda Not A Fan of Trump
Jane Fonda is a Hollywood legend who made it big in the 1960s, 70s, and 80s. She recently starred in TV success and in the hit Netflix show Grace and Frankie.
Fonda was not pleased to know Trump had won the election. In an interview with Guardian, she said that she didn’t understand why was he elected, and to find out these answers she needed to study things she didn’t understand much. As a matter of fact, she realized she needs to focus on being an activist. Fonda was in utter shock to learn about the corruption that exists in American.
Jane Fonda an inspiration for the youngsters
Fonda has been outspoken about women’s rights and protested against multiple wars over the past decades. Now she is proving an unlikely ally to the youth climate movement. With this intention, they have managed to draw people around the country into activism and garnered plenty of media attention.
Fonda’s Protests include attracts an older crowd, consisting of some veterans. In addition to that, she is frequently joined by celebrities Sam Waterston, actor Ted Danson and the founders of Ben and Jerry’s ice cream have also attended.