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Climate justice
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Credit: Eman Mohammed via Visura
Asset ID: VA79018
Caption: Available
Copyright: © Eman Mohammed, 2022
Collection: Environment Feature News
Topics: Environment Feature News

Eman Mohammed

@ Freelancer Based in Washington, D.C.

Eman Mohammed is an award-winning photojournalist and Senior TED fellow, currently based in Washington, DC. Eman is a visual artist, born in Saudi Arabia and educated in Gaza City, Palestine where she started her photojournalism...
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Washington D.C. October 14th. Climate justice activists lead by Native American activists marching outside Capitol Hill Building to Protest the continued use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 11th. Native American climate justice activists are confronted by US Park Police in a civil disobedience action during a protest at the White House against the continued use of fossil fuels on Indigenous Peoples' Day. Protesters have two major demands of the Biden Administration; cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 11th. Climate justice activists marching during a rally organised by “Build back fossil free” coalition
Washington D.C. October 11th. climate justice activists await arrest during a protest at the White House against the continued use of fossil fuels on Indigenous Peoples' Day. Protesters have two major demands of the Biden Administration; cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 14th. Climate justice activists lead by Native American activists marching outside Capitol Hill Building to Protest the continued use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 13th. Climate justice and Native American activists Siqiñiq Maupin,Sovereign Inupiat for a Living Arctic, working to protect Indigenous lands and stop oil drilling in Alaska, raising her fist in the air during a protest in front of the White House against the continued use of fossil fuels. Climate justice Protesters marched outside the White House for the third day in row demanding the Biden Administration to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 14th. A Climate justice activists getting arrested by Capitol Police during a protest led by Native American activists in front of the Capitol Hill Building NW D.C. The protest is the fourth action of a week long protests against the use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 11th. Climate justice activists lead by Native American activists protesting at the White House against the continued use of fossil fuels on Indigenous Peoples' Day. Protesters have two major demands of the Biden Administration; cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 11th. Secret Service police push a barrier against Native American demonstrators after they were outraged by the rough handling of a woman under arrest. The escalation took place during a protest at the White House against the continued use of fossil fuels on Indigenous Peoples' Day, the first day of a week of action hosted by People vs. Fossil Fuels. Protesters have two major demands of the Biden Administration; cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 14th. Climate justice activists lead by Native American activists marching outside Capitol Hill Building to Protest the continued use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 14th. Capitol Police officers arresting environmental activists for blocking First Street NW D.C., across from the Capitol Hill building during a protest against the use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 14th. Climate justice activists and actorMatthew David McGorry, getting arrested by Capitol Police during a protest led by Native American activists in front of the Capitol Hill Building NW D.C. The protest is the fourth action of a week long protests against the use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 14th. Climate justice activists and actorMatthew David McGorry, awaiting arrest during a protest led by Native American activists in front of the Capitol Hill Building NW D.C. The protest is the fourth action of a week long protests against the use of fossil fuels. The protesters have two main demands of the Biden Administration; to cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.
Washington D.C. October 11th. Climate justice activists lead by Native American activists protesting at the White House against the continued use of fossil fuels on Indigenous Peoples' Day. Protesters have two major demands of the Biden Administration; cease approvals of projects for fossil fuel infrastructure and lead a renewable energy transformation.