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Sarah Freeman-Woolpert

Sarah Freeman-Woolpert

Sarah Freeman-Woolpert is a writer, researcher and organizer focused on nonviolent social movements and creative action. She lived for two years in the Balkans, studying and supporting youth activist movements. Sarah now works as a grassroots organizer for peace and justice and is based in Boston.

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Blocking Trains and Removing Coal, Climate Activists Fight to Close One of New England’s Largest Power Plants

 By escalating from symbolic actions to obstruction, the #NoCoalNoGas campaign is mounting a serious challenge to the fossil fuel industry with a growing network of climate activists.

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