Climate. Green Jobs. Democracy. Justice.


WHO WE ARE

The Justice Action Mobilization Network (JAMN) was born out of the historic conference, "Building an Inclusive Climate Movement," that brought together leading organizers from diverse issue groups at the University of the District of Columbia, May 8-10, 2015.

JAMN is building a powerful multi-racial, multi-faith fusion network to mitigate climate chaos, end poverty, and transform society toward justice and sustainability.

Working collectively as a beloved community of social change, we are building the political and electoral arm of the climate change movement.
 

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR MISSION


We support Congressman Grijalva's Resolution calling for a transition in America towards a near zero greenhouse gas emissions and 100% renewable energy by 2050 through a comprehensive Green New Deal that creates full employment and ends poverty through renewable and energy efficiency jobs, and sustainable economic development.



“We are the first generation that will feel the impact of Climate change, and the last generation that can do something about it.”
— Barack Obama

JAMN  BLOG & NEWS


JAMN ANALYSIS: CRISIS & SOLUTIONS


STOP CLIMATE CHaOS & END POVERTY: HERE's HOW

Our comprehensive Green New Deal for reducing carbon emissions, commits the US to transitioning to 50% renewable energy by 2030, while creating full employment and ending poverty. 

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HOW DO YOU MOBILIZE A MOVEMENT? JAMN is planning 100 Town hall meetings in 2015-2016 to promote our comprehensive Green New Deal for reducing climate chaos, calling for net zero greenhouse emissions by 2050 while creating 5 million jobs. Learn More →  


HOW DO YOU MOBILIZE A MOVEMENT?

JAMN is planning 100 Town hall meetings in 2015-2016 to promote our comprehensive Green New Deal for reducing climate chaos, calling for net zero greenhouse emissions by 2050 while creating 5 million jobs.

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UNderstanding the common political threat  Americans do not yet comprehend the direct interconnection between the political forces that are attacking them economically, racially, and socially, while at the same time undermining the planet’s ecological balance and halting a political response to climate change. Learn More →


UNderstanding the common political threat 

Americans do not yet comprehend the direct interconnection between the political forces that are attacking them economically, racially, and socially, while at the same time undermining the planet’s ecological balance and halting a political response to climate change.

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ELECTORAL STRATEGIES & PROTECTING THE VOTE Our Climate resolution/ Green Jobs legislation(s) must be promoted at the city, state and federal levels, but it should be accompanied by collective effort to address other issues, including reversal of all forms of voter suppression and election rigging. Learn More →


ELECTORAL STRATEGIES & PROTECTING THE VOTE

Our Climate resolution/ Green Jobs legislation(s) must be promoted at the city, state and federal levels, but it should be accompanied by collective effort to address other issues, including reversal of all forms of voter suppression and election rigging.

Learn More →