On January 23rd, students across the country will walk out of class to stand against the Trump administration’s climate denial agenda that so profoundly threatens the next generation.

This is our moment to make sure that from the very first hours of Trump’s presidency, the majority of us who oppose his vision for the country are seen, and strong. We’re calling on universities to resist and reject Trump’s climate denial by divesting from the fossil fuel industry and reinvesting in solutions to the climate crisis.

If you’re a student, find a #ResistRejectDenial action near you here — or step up to organize one — and be part of the largest coordinated student action in our movement’s history.

In moments of crisis, youth movements have stepped up to bend the arc of history: organizing mass actions to divest universities from fossil fuels, to stop police brutality and state violence, to protect immigrant communities, and beyond.

And during the election, young people led the way confronting Trump’s racism, sexism, and climate denial — people under 30 opposed Trump by the widest margins of any age group in the country.

Right now we need the leadership of young people most of all. That’s why on January 23rd, campus groups from Boston University to UC Berkeley will be walking out together to call for divestment from fossil fuels.

Sign up to join the nationwide demonstrations on January 23rd hereand help show that we will not stand by while Trump assembles an administration that ignores the reality of climate change and works solely for the interests for the 1% and fossil fuel tycoons.

If we — young people — lead the way with mass mobilization, we can set the tone of powerful resistance from the very beginning of Trump’s Presidency.

This is our moment — let’s seize it.

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