Jane Fonda Urges Everyone to Protest to Save the Planet & Join Fire Drill Fridays Group

Jane Fonda, an 85-year-old Oscar winner and longtime activist, is continuing to protest to save the planet through her group, Fire Drill Fridays. Fonda is shocked that more people aren’t protesting and believes that urgent action is needed from political leaders to address the climate emergency. She was arrested three times in 2019 for protesting in Washington, DC.

Jane Fonda, an 85-year-old Oscar winner and longtime activist, is continuing her protests with Fire Drill Fridays to save the planet, and urges everyone to join in right now.

Jane Fonda, the 85-year-old Oscar winner and activist, is not slowing down when it comes to her activism. Fonda is shocked by the lack of people protesting to save the planet and has no plans of stopping anytime soon. “I have grandchildren, I love animals, I love nature. We’re going to destroy it all if we don’t,” Fonda expressed in an interview with Page Six at the premiere of “Book Club: The Next Chapter”. Fonda also stated that “It’s all hands on deck right now, it’s urgent, urgent and everyone has to join in right now.”

Fonda, who began protesting the Vietnam War in the 60s, is the leading force behind the Fire Drill Fridays group, which protests weekly on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC to address the climate emergency. In 2019, Fonda was arrested three times for protesting in Washington, DC, including a week where she was arrested with members of the group Oil Change alongside “Grace and Frankie” co-star Sam Waterston and Ted Danson. On another occasion, she had handcuffs slapped on her alongside Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener.

Despite her activism commitments, Fonda has also been busy with her work; she co-starred in the hit show “Grace and Frankie” alongside Lily Tomlin, and recently starred in movies such as “80 for Brady” and the upcoming sequel, “Book Club”. Fonda shared that she loves Italy, as she has Italian blood in her, and made “Barbarella” there over a year, so she has spent a lot of time in the country.

Fonda, alongside her co-stars Mary Steenburgen, Candice Bergen, and Diane Keaton, attended the premiere of “Book Club: The Next Chapter” along with other celebrities, including Judd Hirsch, Carole Kane, Peter Gallagher, and Clive Davis. Fonda’s unwavering commitment to her causes, along with her passion for acting, continue to inspire others to step up and take action.

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