Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard / US House of Representaitves – 2017-11-01 18:26:18
The Strongest Climate/Energy Legislation Ever Presented to Congress
The OFF Act Would Mandate 100% Clean,
Renewable Energy by 2035, Ban Fossil
Fuel Exports, Ensure Environmental Justice
Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard / US House of Representaitves
Tulsi Gabbard: We Must Pass the OFF Act to Protect Our People and Planet
ACTION: Sign on as a Citizen Sponsor at VoteTulsi.com/OffAct
(October 26, 2017) — I’m urging my fellow colleagues to support my bill, the #OFFAct, to transition the United States to a 100 percent clean energy economy by 2035.
My bill prioritizes the health and wellbeing of our people, our planet, and our future by building on the progress of states like #Hawaii that have committed to tackling the climate change crisis head on. The OFF Act will help to increase our competitiveness, improve the health and well-being of our people, and protect the environment for future generations.
Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s OFF Act
Is a Game Changer — Here’s Why
Mark Schlosberg / Food and Water Watch
WASHINGTON (September 7, 2017) — Last Friday, Representative Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) introduced the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act (OFF Act). This visionary bill comes as the nation bears witness to the devastation brought by the climate change-super charged storm Harvey to Texas and Louisiana and braces for Irma’s impacts. Storms like this and other extreme weather events will become all the more frequent and intense unless bold action is taken.
Gabbard’s bill — the strongest yet introduced in Congress — will put us on a path towards avoiding increased climate chaos: It will place a moratorium on new fossil fuel projects and move the country to 100% renewable energy by 2035, with a focus on a rapid transition in the next ten years.
The bill is co-sponsored by Representatives Nanette Barragan (D-CA), Barbara Lee (D-CA), Ted Lieu (D-CA), Jamie Raskin (D-MD), Keith Ellison (D-MN), and Jan Schakowsky (D-IL).
This legislation could not be more needed. While the impacts of Harvey are readily apparent to all, it is not an isolated occurrence. Evidence continues to build of the severity and urgency of the climate crisis. And while Trump flew to Texas and talked about helping communities there, he and fossil fuel-funded members of Congress continue to put the planet on a collision course with climate chaos.
They deny climate change and are suppressing our government’s ability to address it; they are moving to increase drilling and fracking on public lands and off our coasts; they are promoting development of more pipelines; and they are exporting more oil and gas abroad while wrecking the environment here at home.
In this dysfunctional political environment, a broad movement has grown to resist Trump’s foolish and dangerous agenda. Hundreds of thousands of people have marched in the streets in D.C. and across the country. Thousands more have called members of Congress, written letters, and gone to town halls and community meetings opposing this destructive agenda. This is heartening and powerful, but we must do more.
To win on climate — to really move off of fossil fuels and transition our economy to 100% renewable energy on a time frame that will actually prevent even greater climate catastrophe — we must continue to resist Trump’s agenda, but we need to do more than that: We need to propel a bold agenda for addressing the crisis — one that will protect our communities while creating hundreds of thousands of good jobs in the renewables and energy efficiency sectors.
This agenda must center racial and economic justice and cannot rely on false market solutions like carbon trading and taxing programs, which are simply corporate pay-to-pollute schemes. What we need is nothing short of a World War II-scale mobilization of our economy around a quick and just transition off fossil fuels and onto 100% renewable energy now.
Rep. Gabbard’s OFF Act is a critical step towards that mobilization. It requires 100% renewable energy by 2035 (and 80% by 2027), places a moratorium on new fossil fuel projects, bans the export of oil and gas, and also moves our automobile and rail systems to 100% renewable energy.
Additionally, it provides for a truly just transition for environmental justice communities and those working in the fossil fuel industry. The bill requires that people in impacted communities have a leading role in the development and implementation of clean energy plans and regulations, and establishes an equitable transition fund and workforce development center, paid for by closing an offshore tax loophole and repealing federal tax breaks for the fossil fuel industry.
Now we must mobalize to build support for this bill. Though the prospects of passing anything in Congress right now are grim, moving members of Congress to support the OFF Act and elevating its profile are important for three reasons:
1) Create Political Consensus for Rapid
Transition to 100% Renewable Energy Now
Six years ago, when Food & Water Watch followed the lead of our grassroots partners to become the first national organization to call for a ban on fracking, conventional wisdom dictated that fracked gas was an environmentally friendly “bridge fuel.”
There was lots of support for stronger regulations on fracking, but little serious talk about actually banning it. Yet hundreds of organizations and thousands of people all over the country organized around the issue and held their elected officials accountable.
New York and Maryland have since banned fracking. Rep. Mark Pocan introduced legislation to ban fracking on federal lands. Banning fracking became a top issue raised by Sen. Bernie Sanders in the 2016 presidential race, and a majority of Americans now support a ban. It took lots of hard work, but the political consensus has shifted. We must do the same thing with the urgent need to act on climate, by building support for the OFF Act.
2) Make OFF a Top Issue Now
Even though Congress is controlled by pro-fossil fuel ideologues, it is still critical that we work to get members to sponsor this bill now. If we organize to get large numbers of co-sponsors on the OFF Act, it will become a top issue that representatives will need to respond to.
Even as it has just been introduced, the OFF Act already enjoys support from more than 100 organizations including a wide range of major national groups like National Nurses United, Progressive Democrats of America, Climate Justice Alliance, Indigenous Environmental Network and People’s Action.
3) Make Space for State and Local Action
At the same time we are working to build support for the OFF Act, there are also campaigns across the country working to move cities, counties and states to 100% renewable energy now. Organizing around these local efforts can and should dovetail with efforts to pressure members of Congress to co-sponsor federal legislation.
Passing local measures, or getting state and local elected officials to sign the OFF Pledge, will help build the political power needed to push Congress to support the federal legislation. Similarly, getting more co-sponsors on federal legislation to stop fossil fuel projects will open up more space for state and local action. These efforts work together.
Winning the fight to move off fossil fuels will not be easy, as the thousands of people who are working to stop pipelines, ban fracking and build renewable energy projects can tell you. But these are also fights that we can — and must — win if we are to protect people and the planet and avoid the very worst of climate chaos. The OFF Act is a critical first step in what must be a major national mobilization to restructure our energy system now.
ACTION: PETITION TO SUPPORT THE OFF ACT
I urge you to support and co-sponsor the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act (HR 3671), which would transition our country to 100% renewable energy by 2035.
Time is short if we hope to avoid the worst effects of climate change, and up until now, energy plans have failed to move quickly enough to transition us off fossil fuels. The recent devastation caused by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria only underscores how urgently we need to act.
The Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act reflects the urgency of our situation and takes bold steps to address the climate crisis.
Elected Official Pledge
I accept the science that says humankind’s use of fossil fuels is the primary driver of dangerous global climate change.
Therefore, as your elected representative, I pledge to be a leader on climate change issues and will support efforts in my community to move us off fossil fuels and achieve a just transition to 100% clean, renewable energy.
While current research suggests that this transition will need to be completed by 2035 at the latest to avoid catastrophic climate impacts, we cannot wait and must act now.
I will oppose any project that will expand fossil fuel production, and its use or transport, and will work to quickly phase out existing fossil fuel infrastructure in my jurisdiction.
I vow to put people and the planet before any corporation’s profits, and will support efforts to address the toxic legacy of fossil fuels in all of our communities, especially those most impacted including indigenous peoples, communities of color, low income people and rural communities.
Visit www.offfossilfuels.org to get involved in your community and join our national volunteer team. Let’s make this happen.
In Wake of Climate-Fueled Disasters, 300+ Groups
Endorse Rep. Tulsi Gabbard’s Off Fossil Fuels Act
Food and Water Watch
WASHINGTON, D.C. — With the nation reeling from devastation brought by hurricanes and wildfires worsened by fossil fuel-driven climate change, more than 300 national, state and local groups are calling for the passage of the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act (OFF Act), HR 3671. The bill, introduced recently by Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI), is the strongest, most aggressive climate and energy bill in Congress.
The bill is being backed by national groups including Food & Water Watch, Progressive Democrats of America, National Nurses United, Our Revolution, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Friends of the Earth, and Center for Biological Diversity.
“Now is the time for action. To date, over three hundred energy, climate change, and environmental justice organizations have backed my bill, H.R. 3671, the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act (OFF Act), which paves the way for the United States to replace fossil fuels with 100 percent clean energy generation and use by 2035.”
— Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard
“I call on my fellow lawmakers to stand together with the three hundred organizations that have already endorsed the OFF Act to protect the future for our people and our planet and put America on the path toward a clean, sustainable energy future.”
“As recent monster storms and raging wildfires clearly demonstrate, our climate crisis is acute. The latest science shows that to maintain a decent chance of avoiding deeper climate chaos, we must move off fossil fuels immediately and aggressively, and the transition needs to be complete by 2035.”
— Wenonah Hauter, executive director of Food & Water Watch
“The OFF Act is the strongest, most comprehensive climate and energy legislation we’ve got, and we must mobilize to make it the law of the land before it’s too late.”
Among other things, the OFF Act would mandate: 100% clean, renewable energy-sourced electricity by 2035; 100% zero-emissions car sales by 2035; a halt on new fossil fuel projects and a ban on fossil fuel exports; and a strong focus on environmental and economic justice. Additionally, the bill ignores ineffective market-based schemes like carbon taxing and trading.
“Seeing so many organizations from all over the country sign on to support the OFF Act, HR3671, is reflective of the concern millions of Americans share about the health of our planet. It makes perfect sense to me that from small communities and large urban areas, Americans understand that in order to address the climate emergency with an appropriate level of urgency, we must take effective, rapid action to get off fossil fuels.”
— Donna Smith of Progressive Democrats of America
“Nurses know from first-hand experience the disease, displacement and suffering caused by our increasingly dangerous dependence on fossil fuels. The tragedies of latest super storms Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, intensified by climate change, which brought not only deaths and pain, but long term health risks, are just the latest signal of the need for urgent action now.
We need bold and transformative policy solutions to make the changes necessary to our energy system that will set us on the path to a solution to climate disruption and support the building of a sustainable economy. The OFF Act is just such a policy. In it are the seeds of a healthier and more just society for ourselves and the generations to come.
As climate first responders, we as nurses urge everyone to support this bill and work for its passage as if our lives depended on it — because they do.”
— Jean Ross, RN, co-president of National Nurses United
“Communities all over Florida are reeling from historic flooding, damaged homes and neighborhoods because of the impacts of monster storm Irma. It is imperative we act now to address the impacts of climate change. This bill allows for just that. Earth Ethics/Earth Action applauds the legislators and supporters of HR 3671 who have the courage and fortitude needed to move forward with addressing this global issue.”
— Mary Gutierrez, executive director of Earth Ethics
“With the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act, Representative Gabbard has developed a plan that will allow the American people and our economy to thrive with clean energy. It is past time to close tax loopholes for dirty energy companies and to slam the door shut on the future of industries that have recklessly polluted our lands, water and air.”
— Ben Schreiber, Senior Political Strategist, Friends of the Earth
“This historic legislative proposal is exactly what we need to get off our addiction to dirty fossil fuels in a way that will create more jobs and help prevent natural disasters.”
— Bill Snape, senior counsel with the Center for Biological Diversity
Organizational Sign-On Letter In Support of
The Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act (HR 3671)
Dear Member of Congress,
At a time when study after study reveals the increasing urgency of acting rapidly to move away from fossil fuels and onto 100% renewable energy, we write to express our strong support for the Off Fossil Fuels for a Better Future Act (“OFF Act”) (Gabbard, D-HI).
This visionary legislation is the strongest climate bill introduced to date and recognizes that we must make massive changes to our energy system in the next decade if we are to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. Additionally, the bill recognizes the need to place racial and economic justice at the forefront of the climate fight.
Low-wealth communities and communities of color, including Native American communities, are being impacted first and worst by global warming right now. The bill addresses this reality by creating the Center for Clean Energy Workforce Development, which will create jobs, giving priority to disadvantaged communities, while transforming our energy economy, and putting us on a path to 100% renewable energy by 2035.
The OFF Act acknowledges the need for bold action in the next ten years by mandating a transition to 80% renewable energy by 2027, making it clear that clean energy can not include fracked gas or any dirty energy sources. We must act now and urge you to join in co-sponsoring this historic piece of legislation.
We are in a climate emergency. The threat of climate chaos from global warming is real and the evidence continues to mount. Today, global average temperatures are 1.0Â°C higher than before the industrial revolution, which spurred our now crippling dependency on fossil fuels.
This warming has led to dramatic, planet-wide ecological and climatic changes. In 2014, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) reported that “recent climate changes have had widespread impacts on human and natural systems,” including increasingly frequent violent storms, droughts, floods, acidifying and rapidly warming oceans, and altered growing seasons.
While all communities will be impacted by impending climate chaos, those being hit the hardest are low income communities and communities of color.
In 2015, nations of the world met in Paris at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and agreed that preventing the planet from warming 1.5Â°C above pre-industrial levels “would significantly reduce the risks and impacts of climate change.”
This will require aggressive action to reverse our dependence on fossil fuels and achieve 100 percent clean energy worldwide. And — we do not have decades to wait. We must act now in order to have a reasonable chance of avoiding the worst of climate chaos.
The OFF Act achieves this while creating thousands of job and promoting equity and justice by:
* Providing for a just transition with a focus on environmental and economic justice communities.
* Requiring 100% of electricity sold in the United States to come from clean energy by 2035, with an interim benchmark of 80% by 2027;
* Requiring 100% of car sales from manufacturers be zero-emission vehicles by 2035;
* Ending federal fossil fuel subsidies and putting a moratorium on new major fossil fuel projects.
* Placing a tax on offshore corporate income to help fund the renewable energy revolution;
* Requiring elimination of fossil fuels without allowing for interim marketplace avoidance mechanisms like cap and trade that have proven ineffective in significantly reducing emissions.
In doing this, the OFF Act will stop fossil fuel projects, create tens of thousands of new jobs while transforming our energy economy, begin to address environmental injustices, and put us on the path towards the national mobilization necessary to address the climate crisis.
The climate emergency presents an existential threat to all people on this planet and time is running out. The OFF Act is a critical piece of legislation that will spur the necessary transition of our energy economy on a timeline that rises to the threat science tells us we face. We urge you to co-sponsor this important legislation and publicly and forcefully advocate for its passage.
American Ethical Union
Americans Against Fracking
American Sustainable Business Council
Breast Cancer Action
Center for Biological Diversity
Center for Environmental Health
Center for Food Safety
Climate Hawks Vote
Climate Justice Alliance
The Climate Reality Project
Democratic Socialists of America
Family Farm Defenders
Food & Water Watch
Franciscan Action Network
Friends of the Earth
Global Catholic Climate Movement
The Global Cooling Project
Good Jobs Nation
Indigenous Environmental Network
Labor Network for Sustainability
Los Alamos Study Group
National Family Farm Coalition
National Nurses United
Network of Spiritual Progressives
Nuclear Information and Resource Service
Oil Change International
Organic Consumers Association
People Demanding Action
People for Bernie
Pesticide Action Network
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Progressive Democrats of America
Rachel Carson Council
Rainforest Action Network
Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association
Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
The Shalom Center
Sisters of Charity Federation
Sisters of Mercy of the Americas’ Institute Justice Team
Sustainable Food Trade Association
The Sustainable Journey
Unitarian Universalist Service Committee
Wild Earth Guardians
Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom, US Section
World Beyond War
State and Local Organizations
Adorers of the Blood of Christ
Advocates for Springfield
Airtight Services, Inc.
Alaska Climate Action Network
Alaska Climate Caucus
Allesandro ES Coalition for Educational Justice
Alliance for Democracy
Already Devalued and Devastated Homeowners of Parsippany
AMP Creeks Council
Anakbayan New Jersey
Animals Are Sentient Beings, Inc.
Another Gulf is Possible
Arvadans for Progressive Action
Assateague Coastal Trust
Athens County (OH) Fracking Action Network
Ban Fracking in Johnson County
Beaver County Marcellus Awareness
Benedictine Sisters Erie PA
Berks Gas Truth
Be the Change, USA
Black Warrior Riverkeeper
Boycotts Work, Inc.
Brooklyn Bridge CSA
C3 Boulder: Climate Culture Collaborative
California for Progress
California News Press
The California Water Impact Network (C-WIN)
Campaign for Renewable Energy
Cape Fear River Watch
Cape May County Indivisible
Capital District Against Fracking
CATA – The Farmworker Support Committee
Center for Emergent Diplomacy
Center for Environmental Transformation
Center for a Sustainable Coast
Central Park West CSA
CEO Pipe Organs/Golden Ponds Farm
Chicagoland Oil By Rail
Chicago SE Side Coalition to Ban Petcoke
Church Women United in New York State
Citizens Action Coalition of IN
Citizens Climate Collaborative
Citizens Environmental Coalition
Citizens for a Clean Pompton Lakes
Citizens for Local Power
Citizens for Oceanfront Preservation
Citizens United for Renewable Energy (CURE)
Climate Justice Hub
CLUE SB – Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice, Santa Barbara
Coalition to Ban Unsafe Oil Trains
Colorado Interfaith Power & Light
Colorado People’s Alliance
Common Ground Community Trust
The Community Ecology Institute
Community Environmental Council (CEC)
Concerned Citizens For Change
Concerned Citizens of Cheboygan and Emmet County
Conejos Clean Water
Conserve Our Rural Ecosystem
Cream of the Crop CSA
Daughters of Wisdom US Province
Delaware Riverkeeper Network
Democracy for New York City
Denver Justice and Peace Committee
Doing What We Can
Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt
Don’t Gas the Pinelands
Dooda (NO) Desert Rock Organization
Earth Action, Inc.
Eight Rivers Council
Elk County C.A.R.E.S.
Elmirans & Friends Against Fracking
Environmental Defense Center
Environmentalists Against War
Environment and Human Rights Advisory
Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County
Fairmont, Minnesota Peace Group
Family Services of Westchester- Westchester County Youth Councils
The FANG Collective
First Unitarian Universalist Church of New Orleans
Fight Climate Denial
Forest City 350
Fossil Free UCSB
Frack Free Four Corners
Frack Free IL
Frack Free Ohio
Frack Free New Mexico
Frack Off Greater Chaco
Frac Sand Sentinel
Franciscan Response to Fracking
Fresnans Against Fracking
Friends For Environmental Justice
Gas Free Seneca
Get Oil Out!
GMO Free NJ
Greater Baltimore Leadership Association
Greater Highland Area Concerned Citizens
Greater New York Labor Religion Coalition
Great Old Broads for Wilderness
Greenbelt Climate Action Network
Green Education and Legal Fund
Green Party of New Jersey
Green Retirement, Inc.
Green Sanctuary Committee, Community Church of New York, UU
Ground Game, Los Angeles
Grow Local Colorado
Guernsey County Citizens Support on Drilling Issues
Harford County Climate Action
Harry Bridges Institute
Hawai’i Institute for Human Rights
HoCo Climate Action
Hunger Action LA
Idle No More SF Bay
Illinois People’s Action
ILWU Southern California District Council
Indian Point Safe Energy Coalition (IPSEC)
Indivisible FRR Environment
Indivisible Santa Barbara
Indivisible We Rise
Interfaith Worker Justice – New Mexico
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement
Jeffco Climate Action Team
Jewish Climate Action Network
Kansas City Climate Coalition
Kirkland Citizens Climate Lobby
Living Rivers & Colorado Riverkeeper
Long Beach 350
Long Branch Environmental Education Center
Manhattan Project for a Nuclear-Free World
March And Rally LA
Martinez Environmental Group
Maryland Environmental Health Network
Metro New York Catholic Climate Movement
Mo’ Betta Green MarketPlace
Montgomery County Green Party
Mountain Watershed Association
National Council of Jewish Women, Greater Rochester Section
Nature Coast Conservation
Network of Spiritual Progressives, Greater Lansing Chapter
Newark Science and Sustainability Inc
New Energy Economy
New Haven Climate Movement
New Jersey Tenants Organization
New Mexico Climate Action
New Mexico Environmental Law Center
New Mexico Story Power
New York Communities for Change
New York Interfaith Power & Light
NH Energy Impact on Health Study Group
NJ 3rd Congressional District Action Group
NJ Industrial Union Council
North American Climate, Conservation and Environment
Northeast Organic Farming Association
Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council
Northern NJ Chapter, National Organization for Women
North Metro Neighbors for Safe Energy
North Orange County Revolution for Change
NYC Friends of Clearwater
Oakland Park Democratic Club
Occupy Bergen County
Ocean Conservation Research
Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition
Old Abiquiu B&B
OMNI Center for Peace, Justice & Ecology
Our Revolution New Mexico
Our Revolution South Jersey
Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights
Pachamama Alliance, Los Angeles
Pachamama Alliance, Rochester
Parents for the Planet
Patriots From The Oil & Gas Shales
PAUSE – People of Albany United for Safe Energy
Peace Action Bay Ridge
Peace Action Manhattan
Peace Action New York State
Peace of Christ Peace & Justice Committee
Pennsylvania Alliance for Clean Water and Air
Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light
Pennsylvania Council of Churches
People Over Pipelines
People’s Climate Movement – Capital Region
Peoples Climate Movement NY
Philly Electric Wheels
Physicians for Social Responsibility Arizona
Physicians for Social Responsibility Harrisburg
Physicians for Social Responsibility Maine Chapter
Physicians for Social Responsibility Pennsylvania
Pinelands Preservation Alliance
Plymouth Friends of Clean Water
Port Gardner Cohousing
PNM Shareholders for a Responsible Future
Progressive Christians Uniting
Progressive Democrats of America-New Jersey
Progressive Democrats of America-San Francisco Chapter
Progressive Democrats of America-Tucson Chapter
Progressive Democrats of America-Ventura County Chapter
Project Harmony, Inc CSA
Protecting Our Waters
Protect Orange County
Reach Out America
Resource Consultants LLC
Residents Action on Fylde Fracking (RAFF)
Resolution Media Fund
River Guardian Foundation
Rochester People’s Climate Coalition
Rockland Citizens Action Network
Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center
Safe Energy Now North County
Sane Energy Project
San Francisco Baykeeper
Sanford-Oquaga Area Concerned Citizens (S-OACC)
San Luis Valley Ecosystem Council
Santa Barbara Standing Rock Coalition
Save Our Illinois Land
Save The Hills Alliance
SEED of SW NM (Securing Economic and Energy Democracy)
Seneca Lake Guardian
Silicon Valley Courageous Resistance
Sisters of Charity of New York Office of Peace, Justice and Integrity of Creation
Sisters of Charity of Nazareth Western Province Leadership
Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia
SLO CLEAN WATER
Slow Food North Shore
SoCal 350 Climate Action
Social Justice Committee, Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Society
South Asian Fund For Education,Scholarship And Training (SAFEST)
SouthEast Communities Against Pollution (SECAP)
Southwest Environmental Center
South Bay L.A. 350
South Coast Neighbors United
Southern Oregon Climate Action Now
Southwest Native Cultures
Stand Up/Save Lives Campaign
The Stanton Street CSA
Stop Fracking Long Beach
Stop NY Fracked Gas Pipeline
Sustainable Cherry Hill
Tikkun Olam Chavurah
Transition Howard County
Treasure Coast Democratic Environmental Caucus
Tucson Clean and Beautiful
Turtle Island Restoration Network
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Binghamton, Green Sanctuary
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the South Jersey Shore
Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Advocacy Network (UUPLAN)
United for Action
Venner Consulting, Inc.
Vermont Interfaith Power & Light
Wall of Women Colorado
We Are Cove Point
We Are One River
West Chester Food Co-op
Westmoreland Marcellus Citizens’ Group
Westside Produce Exchange
What the Frack?! Arapahoe
White Rabbit Grove RDNA
Wind of the Spirit Immigrant Resource Center
Women For Orange County
World Business Academy
Xun Biosphere Project
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