Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Our-Journey-to-Embed-Justice---Web-Video-Message-27MDHU3300E.htmlConceptually similarOur Journey to Embed Justice - New Horizons Conference Video MessageGP1SV5SZCompleted★★★★"Go Bigger to Meet the Need" Rally in Washington, D.C. - Ebony Martin's SpeechGP1SVKKLCompleted★★★★Ten Tips to Help You Resist - Web Video (English)GP0STR01GCompleted★★★★Sharperlight VideoGP0STSSW1Completed★★★★Independence Day 2020 - Fire Drill Friday VideoGP1SU42ICompleted★★★★What is Planeta G? - Web VideoGP1SUGXQCompleted★★★★Reject Ernie Moniz for a Fossil Fuel Free US Cabinet - Web Video SquareGP1SUNBVCompleted★★★★Reject Ernie Moniz for a Fossil Fuel Free US Cabinet - Web Video 16:9GP1SUNBWCompleted★★★★Our House is on Fire: Join Jane Fonda's Fire Drill Fridays - Web VideoGP0STUM07Completed★★★★View AllGP1SV67OOur Journey to Embed Justice - Web Video MessageEbony Martin, Chief Operating Officer at Greenpeace USA, shares Greenpeace's journey in Embedding Justice. The journey towards equity is long, bumpy and filled with challenges, highs and lows, full of defeats and victories. It's easy to get discouraged and lose sight of progress when you are constantly fighting against systems of oppression. Dr. Martin Luther King said the "moral arc of the universe bends towards justice". If we remember to keep bending, especially in the tough moments, WE will get there one day.Locations:North America-United States of America-Washington, D.C.Date:10 Mar, 2021Credit:© GreenpeaceDuration:11m33sAudio format:NaturalProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Eye contact-Greenpeace staff-Half length-Human rights-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-One person-SpeechesShoot:Our Journey to Embed Justice - Greenpeace USAEbony Martin, Chief Operating Officer at Greenpeace USA, presents an opening video at the New Horizons Conference, which is hosted by Dr. Dorceta Taylor and the Yale School of the Environment. This conference, which is hosted annually, is specifically for students and professionals who are historically underrepresented in the environmental field and/or committed to diversity, equity and inclusion.