How have protests and movements evolved and stayed the same over decades? We discuss our experiences at a women’s march and climate strike and how generations are connected in fighting for social justice.
Kathryn Gioiosa is a climate justice activist and organizer from Forest Hills, Queens. She is an Our Climate Fellow who advocates for equitable climate policies in New York. She enjoys writing journalistic pieces and essays but has been exploring personal essays while incorporating themes from her social justice activism. In her free time, Kathryn enjoys biking and playing the piano.
I wrote this piece to reflect on my favorite tradition every year– my family’s Christmas Eve dinners, which demonstrates my multi-cultural background through the food that we eat.