Bedford Mothers out Front Delivered ‘The Earth’ to the 2015 HONK! Festival

"If you were out for a bike ride on the Minuteman bike path the Sunday of Columbus Day weekend, you may have passed a giant papier-mâché earth on a pedal-powered float ridden by Janet Powers from Bedford. “I heard every cliché and song in the book on the way. People would sing ‘It’s a Small World After All’ and say ‘You’ve got the whole world on your shoulders!’” She and friend Joel Parks took turns pulling the giant papier mache earth 26 miles to Harvard Square and back to represent Bedford’s Mothers out Front group in HONK!, the annual activist marching band festival."

Cry at Council hearing: Let’s deal with gas leaks in city – right now

"'Boston is riddled for the most part with tiny leaks, few of which pose any danger of explosion, but the toll that natural gas seepage takes on the environment and customers’ wallets is not insubstantial, experts say. “We’ve all smelled it, wondered how dangerous it can be,' said City Councillor Matt O’Malley at a hearing that he and Councillor Josh Zakim convened on the subject on Monday night."

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MA - Samisha Lameyer Joshi, Arlington Mothers Out Front - Interview about Nepal

Samisha Laymeyer Joshi, from Arlington, MA attended a house party in her town shortly before the Nepalese earthquake in 2015.   Being from Nepal, Samisha felt driven to help, and empowered by the mothers she met at the house party, planned a trip home to provide whatever assistance she could.  To hear about her trip, watch the interview below!

MA - "Amherst officials to seek proposals for solar array 4 years after original plan failed to develop" by Diane Lederman

Four years ago, Amherst, MA was exploring proposals to build a solar array on the town's former landfill on Belchertown road.  Plans fell through then, but at the urging of the Amherst Mothers Out Front team, are being revived!

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NY - "Local group calls attention to crude oil cars" - 13whamTV

In New York, mothers are calling attention to the dangerous oil trains traveling on tracks near schools and neighborhoods.

"Fighting Climate Change with 'Mothers Out Front' by Kelsey Wirth

Read Kelsey's blog about how Mothers Out Front came about and what we hope to achieve.

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MA - "JP Moms Go on Climate Change Tagging Spree" by Chris Helms

With record-breaking extreme weather in Boston, the mothers of Jamaica Plain, MA find a way to bring attention to climate change in their neighborhoods.


MA - "Cambridge wants to cut ties with TransCanada over KeystoneXL" By Steve Annear

Cambridge MA Selectman work to move the contract that supplies electricity to municipal buildings to renewable energy, at the urging and with the help of Cambridge Mothers Out Front.

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MA - "College Town Cuts Ties With TransCanada Over Keystone XL, Plans to Go 100 Percent Renewable" by Anastasia Pantsios

EcoWatch coverage of the Cambridge, MA campaign to move to 100% renewables with the urging of the local Mothers Out Front Team.


MA - Cambridge, MA WIN! City Council unanimously adopts order to have city powered by 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY

On Friday, February 20th, the Cambridge, MA City Council voted to adopt Policy Order #18.  This order was introduced by City Councillor Dennis Carlone, and inspired by his meeting with the local Mothers Out Front team.