MA - The future is now: Worcester Youth and residents continue to fight against climate change

Read this opinion piece in The Gardner News covering the communities in Worcester continuing the fight against climate change, including Mother Out Front Selina Gallo and her daughter.

One Worcester family’s story

Xochitl Cruz-Gallo, a 13-year-old from St. Peter Central Catholic, and her mother, Selina Gallo, a professor of sociology at the College of the Holy Cross and member of Mothers Out Front, exhibit symptoms of climate anxiety and grief.

When asked what she wants to be when she grows up, Cruz-Gallo readily responded with “climate change activist.”

“She has no other choice,” added Gallo, who could not hold back tears when thinking about her daughter’s future.

“She’s always been super talented in the theater,” Gallo said. “She thought she would be a Broadway actor one day, but this year she told me ‘I can’t do that anymore because I have to work on climate change.’ That really sucks because I can’t tell her she’s wrong.”

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