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Clean Air Youth Council
The MEJC Clean Air Youth Council (CAYC) is an educational experience for young people aged 13-17 from Southeast Michigan who are interested in environmental activism. The program is designed to explore the intersections of environmental justice and climate justice while equipping young people with the skills needed to become leaders in their communities.
The Michigan Alliance for Justice in Climate (MAJIC) functions as the Michigan branch of the larger, national Green New Deal network.
The platform's five pillars work together to create a sustainable future where the people of Michigan can thrive without suffering from the negative physical and economical effects of environmental degradation.
MEJC Action! is a charitable non-profit with 501(c)(4) status sponsored by Allied Media Action Fund.
We are a coalition of diverse communities: urban and rural, Black, white, Indigenous, Latinx, Middle Eastern, Asian, Pacific Islanders, and working class. We convene and work together to engage in electoral politics with a bold climate agenda for Michigan.
The MEJC Movement School builds the capacity and power of Environmental Justice movements in Michigan through education, narrative shifting, policy advocacy, electoral engagement, community organizing and direct action. This program is for Michigan residents 18 years or older.
Our Power Michigan
From Detroit to Grand Rapids to Sault Ste Marie, we’re organizing for energy democracy. We are building a future where our homes are insulated and our neighborhoods are powered by 100% community-owned, pollution-free energy — where we don’t have to worry about long power outages or seniors living in cold homes, so we spend more time tending gardens, building businesses, and caring for our communities.
Work 4 Me, DTE
In 2018, Metro Detroit-based environmental justice organizations launched the Work for Me, DTE! campaign as monopoly utility DTE Energy prepared to submit their 15-year energy plan to the Michigan Public Service Commission. Together, the coalition asserts the power of frontline impacted communities to have a say in how we stay warm, connect and plug in, address environmental racism, and plan for a changing climate.