Jane Fonda has been an activist for almost as long as she has been an actress. She’s in her eighties now and is still taking part in mass protests.
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This year she was arrested several times for taking part in ‘Fire Drill Fridays’, a movement aimed at forcing US lawmakers to address climate change. As part of this year’s 100 Women season, she spoke to Nuala McGovern about she was inspired by her fellow protesters:
“Women find their strength – their superpower – together. And that’s why I think women are leading the climate movement against the climate crisis.”