Interview with two recent arrestees from Extinction Rebellion protests in New York and New England. -
As they explain, it's not about getting arrested. It's about bringing attention to the climate crisis that they fear will have a terrible impact on their grandchildren's lives. Through them we hear eyewitness accounts of an action that blocked the home of Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, an action that blocked the Manhattan headquarters of JP Morgan Chase, and an action at the Bow Coal Plant in New Hampshire where there might have been more police than protesters.
Sue Durling and Maria Ogden are two grandmothers from New England who get themselves arrested at climate protests. -