MA - "Mothers Out Front urges residents to consider ‘green energy’ options" by Scott Merzbach

Amherst Mothers Out Front working together to switch households and businesses to clean electricity!


"State Faces Pipeline Quandary as Electricity Costs Spike" by Rupa Shenoy

Read the WGBH News coverage of the Mothers Out Front November 21, 2014 Massachusetts State House Rally and a summary of the energy choices that New England is facing.


TV Interview with Anne Goodwin, Arlington, MA Mothers Out Front

TV Interview with Anne Goodwin from Arlington, MA about Mothers Out Front November 2014 week of actions at the Massachusetts State House, about the goals of the campaign and the importance of “mobilizing for a livable climate."

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"Mothers Out Front: Now mobilizing in Belmont" by Jenny Marusiak

"Tired of waiting for somebody else to fix the problem, Mothers Out Front members are mobilizing first themselves, then their communities and local leaders to take climate action."

"Concord (MA) mothers join in Climate Action march" in Wicked Local Concord

Our Concord, MA team joined in the People's Climate March in New York.  Read more below!

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Kelsey Wirth - Interview by Heidi Legg

"Our vision is for a national movement of mothers that is not working by itself, but is working with important allies across the country, because we need everybody in this movement."

Amherst MA Chapter signing people on to green electricity - by Diane Lederman

Profile of our Amherst, MA team working to sign people up for renewable energy!

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"Mothers vs. climate change" by Melissa Schorr

"It’s about our kids. Our goal is to make climate change an issue that mothers care about because they are concerned about their kids’ future.” - Kelsey Wirth, Founder and Chair


#PowerUpMA Campaign Launch - February 2014

 CCTV Cambridge joined us for our Massachusetts Campaign launch on 2/1/14:  #PowerUpMA

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"Getting back to the Mother of Mother Nature" by Tammy Biddle

"When there are more women involved in political decision-making (i.e. equal gender representation), this reshapes the conversation by bringing a feminine consciousness to the tables of power."