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If you loved Youth v Gov and you’d like to share it with others to see, the best way is to share our FESTIVALS page for upcoming screenings (scan QR code)
You can also request a screenings for your organization, company, church, or school and partner with a local non-profit to hold your government accountable on the climate crisis: https://www.youthvgovfilm.com/screeningrequest
You can support the Juliana vs. United States plaintiffs by asking your members of Congress to sign onto a congressional concurrent resolution (S.Con.Res.8 H.Con.Res.31) that recognizes Children’s Fundamental Rights and Climate Recovery. CONTACT YOUR SENATOR OR REPRESENTATIVE
Our Children’s Trust represents the 21 youth in the Juliana case. They also have seven ongoing state cases around the U.S. and support over 20 cases globally. There are many ways you can support their work:
-young people can participate in future legal actions
-attorneys can contribute pro bono time
-write a letter to the editor of your local or school newspaper
-ask city councils, elected officials, schools, faith communities or businesses to sign a Declaration of Support for the Juliana plaintiffs.