My name is Jillian and I am a part of the enviormental club at Ruth Asawa School of the Arts and a part of @windowearths. We are a group of student environmental activists and are trying to both celebrate Earth Day and spread awareness about climate change from our homes during this quarantine.
We are encouraging people to make earths out of recycled material they find in their homes to put in their windows.
Our mission statement: Fighting the climate crisis and celebrating Earth Day through art and community-based action.
Our Vision Statement: Our goal is to create art that will bring together communities towards a collective mission.
Just as people across the globe have mobilized in response to this pandemic, we hope to inspire a similar force to tackle the climate crisis.
Create a window earth, get involved and inspire those around you to take action! We also have multiple graphics and a flyer with instructions on how people can make their own window earth! We are hoping you will help spread our message and encourage people to make their own window earths with your media platforms.
With your help, we can spread the word of window earths to more people in the Bay Area so we can all celebrate Earth Day together!
To view window earth artwork, click HERE.
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