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Jane Fonda, Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener were arrested during a protest to DC

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Actress Jane Fonda, Rosanna Arquette and Catherine Keener have been arrested for protesting in the Heart of the Senate Building.

The protest was part of Lex’s “Fire Drill” on Friday,” a campaign that will consist of Washington, D. C., and protests to draw attention to climate change policy.

This is the fourth day of the series. In this case, Fonda was arrested in in each time, and the actors Ted Danson and Sam Waterston have been arrested in the previous weeks.

JANE FONDA CLAIMED TO BE, SHE HAS BEEN AN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTIST FOR THE DECADES SHORTLY BEFORE THE ARREST

The Friday protest included the crowd in singing “We Shall Not Be Moved” and “This Land Is Your Land,” along with “songs for the benefit of the “Green New Deal”.

Fonda, 81, was seen wearing the same bright red jacket that she’s worn at every protest; they are a promise to the people, and that was the last piece of clothing they will ever purchase.

A Video of all the actresses arrested were uploaded to the campaign’s official Twitter account.

A fire Drill on Friday theme of the week; this will be the last to be put on the role of women in the fight against climate change.

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“Attempts to get back to climate change will be an exponential increase, as the needs and priorities of women were being treated, and the” Fonda said during the protest. This is the reason why the Green New Deal calls for inclusion and representation of women in political and economic decision-making on environmental and climate change policy. Women bear the brunt, and women hold many of the solutions to the climate crisis.”

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Lex had moved to washington DC to continue her protest, which will take place every Friday during the month of January.

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