Boston-based activists / artists Jordyn Bonds and Mike Gintz penned an open letter on climate change (also avail in the French), and took it public via the crowd-funding platform Indiegogo, with the goal of having their message published in the WSJ. 

The design is stark and uncluttered; the message bold and direct. In all 308 individuals contributed a total of $34,853 which, while short on the WSJ goal, is making two great things happen. First, the letter will be published in this Sunday’s L.A. Times. Second, they’re making a nearly $7k donation to the Alliance for Climate Education. 


Read the letter. Write a letter.
Boston-based activists / artists Jordyn Bonds and Mike Gintz penned an open letter on climate change (also avail in the French), and took it public via the crowd-funding platform Indiegogo, with the goal of having their message published in the WSJ. 

The design is stark and uncluttered; the message bold and direct. In all 308 individuals contributed a total of $34,853 which, while short on the WSJ goal, is making two great things happen. First, the letter will be published in this Sunday’s L.A. Times. Second, they’re making a nearly $7k donation to the Alliance for Climate Education

Read the letter. Write a letter.

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