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WASHINGTON, DC — In this week’s address, the President laid out the importance of serving as good stewards of the environment and maintaining the planet for generations to come.  Since taking office the President has prioritized protecting the places that make America special.

He has repeatedly said that no challenge poses a greater threat to our future than a changing climate, which is why he’s taken bold actions at home and encouraged historic action abroad on the issue.

In his address, he encouraged Congress to reauthorize and fully fund the Land and Water Conservation Fund which has protected more than 5 million acres of land for more than half a century, without costing taxpayers a dime.  Republicans in Congress let the fund expire despite strong bipartisan support. And he reminded us that we all have to do our part to address climate change, promote clean energy and energy efficiency, and ensure a cleaner, more stable environment for future generations.

Noting dozens of large companies have joined Obama on several environmental initiatives. 


U.S. first lady Michelle Obama along with media mogul Oprah Winfrey have launched United State of Women, a new initiative and summit to empower women. The conference, taking place in Washington, D.C., on June 14, will cover a range of issues such as violence against women, entrepreneurship, economic empowerment, leadership and civic engagement.  

Check out the campaign’s launch video featuring some of the world’s most powerful and influential women. “It is our choice when to say yes, and when to say no.  Because duh…Literally duh,” said comedian Jessica Williams.

Read more and watch the video via New York Times

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Call For Submissions

Do you want to help change the way communities of color talk about gender? 

Brown Boi Project is looking for pieces written by YOU! 

We’re holding the Summer of Brown Boi, a national campaign aimed at expanding the conversation around gender-racial justice in communities of color, so we’d like your pieces about gender and race! Pieces should be 800-2000 words. 

Deadline 7/31/15. Please include a short bio & pic. Send all submissions to Thank you.

Writers need not identify as masculine of center to submit.

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