They sat down recently to reflect on their five years attending climate changes marches and protests together.
Milo: Because Climate Change affects the earth in a bad way and you want to help stop that.
Beth: What’s the first thing you remember about me working with Mothers Out Front or other climate organizations?
Milo: We were at this rally and for some reason, I was wearing a gorilla suit (referring to the NY climate march in 2014, the group told the kids to wear a costume representing an animal they wanted to protect)
Beth: Do you like coming with me to climate change rallies or protests? Why or why not?
Milo: Ummmm...For the first 30 minutes or so. Because I like helping the climate but then I get bored.
Beth: How do you feel when we go to rallies or protests together?
Milo: Helpful and hungry (because I usually feel hungry)
Beth: If you could use one word to describe what I do for Mothers Out Front, what would it be?
Milo: Things. You do a lot of things...
Milo: What’s the most important thing you feel like you’ve done with Mothers Out Front?
Beth: Help stop a pipeline and delay another one.
Milo: What is the most fun thing you do in Mothers Out Front?
Beth: I like training people to use social media and doing Twitter storms.
Milo: Do you like working with Mothers Out Front? Why?
Beth: Yes. Because I feel stronger with other people working together.
Milo: What was your favorite rally?
Beth: It was the one where you helped me read a letter to Governor Baker.
Milo: When do you feel you are the most effective for the climate?
Beth: When I work on local projects where I can see an impact.