It’s time for an all-out national mobilization to defeat the climate crisis.

The next president and Congress must lead the charge to defeat the climate crisis and build a thriving, just and inclusive clean energy future. Join us.

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It’s time for an all-out national mobilization to defeat the climate crisis.

The next president and Congress must lead the charge to defeat the climate crisis and build a thriving, just and inclusive clean energy future. Join us.

Theresa Landrum

Theresa Landrum

Theresa Landrum is a member of the Evergreen Advisory Board and a leader in the Michigan Environmental Justice Coalition. She is a native Detroiter and has lived on the same block in the city’s southwest side since she was born. Her neighborhood, known by its 48217 zip code, is the most polluted area in the state of Michigan and is home to some of the most toxic facilities imaginable. Theresa is a seasoned veteran of the movement to combat environmental injustice in her community. This issue is close to her heart, as she is a survivor of cancer and her parents passed away from the disease. Theresa attended city council meetings to oppose the expansion of the Marathon Oil Refinery in 2007 while she underwent chemotherapy, wearing a scarf to cover her bald head.