Want to be part of Josh Fox’s “A Solar Home Companion”?

unnamedJosh Fox is collecting the stories of our movement and he needs your help!  In 250 words or less, tell us the most powerful moment you experienced while fighting for a world without fossil fuels. This moment can be about fighting fracking, coal, or Keystone XL.  It can be the moment you saw hope for a better world; it could be about solar panels or wind power or basic human decency.  It could be about the power of grassroots organizing. But send your story to Josh today! Be sure to include your name and hometown.

The best submissions will be read as part of The Solutions Grassroots Tour: “A Solar Home Companion” with Josh Fox and Zephyr Teachout, which will tour New York and Pennsylvania in February and March. Contest ends February 20thSend submissions to solutionsauditions@gmail.com or send to the GASLAND Facebook page with the subject-heading CONTEST.

In Struggle,
Robby Diesu
STFA National Organizer
Ps: If you need an example of what to submit here is my story that I just sent in. It’s from the recent march in Oakland, CA on Feb 7th asking Gov Brown to Ban Fracking!
“I had just flown in late last night/ early this morning from doing a week of trainings in Denver. My plane landed at 2:00 am– and it was a 45 min drive to my friends house where I was staying-So to say the least I was beyond tired. Linda Capato of 350.org had asked me to help lead the march- in the way only an organizer could appericate it. I was given the task of helping pace the march and to create that beautiful image of the a mass of people walking together. Walking 1.5 miles backwards can cause anyone to want to nap real quick, but every time the chanting slowed down the Indigenous Peoples Bloc would burst out into song. Natives from both California and the Marshall Islands would go back and forth and it brought me to near tears. It was the gentle reminder of two things; although I was tired there was a lot more work to do and that are movement was growing in the best way possible; one that was inclusive to all “