The Promise to Protect Training Tour is making its fourth stop this weekend, in Oakland, California. So far, we’ve trained hundreds of people, worked with some amazing trainers, and learned a lot along the way! Here are some faces and moments from the Albuquerque, Denver, and Minneapolis stops.

Trainer and community organizer Andy Iron Shell took some time in Minneapolis to talk about what he’s protecting and how we all have a role to play in transforming the energy economy:

Union worker Nick Herod explains that choosing between a livable climate & good jobs is a false dichotomy, and that the future is alternative energy — not fossil fuels and pipelines:

In Denver, Caitt Johnston talks about how building community is both a key benefit of training and a key part of building a movement:

You can see all the latest pics from the road on Flickr here. Want to find a Promise to Protect Training near you? Check out our map and list of tour stops here.

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