And like that, everything changed. Since last episode, we are in a new paradigm, one that solidifies the fact that the movements to end systemic racism and to stop the climate crisis are one in the same. Climate justice is racial justice. National leader Tamika Mallory, co-founder of the Women’s March and Until Freedom, joins Rev Yearwood to discuss why we must all come together to challenge police violence, racism, and environmental injustice. Rev Yearwood caught up with Tamika as she was on the ground in Minneapolis seeking justice for George Floyd, and right after her trip to Louisville seeking justice for Breonna Taylor. #BlackLivesMatter. More at TheCoolestShow.com and @Think100Climate.