Join us as we celebrate a big win for Stopping New LNG Exports!

About this event

Join us for a celebratory call on one of the most important fights on climate justice. This call was originally going to be a pre-action hype call ahead of the #STOPLNG Sit-in at the DOE in the nation’s capital, but with the White House’s decision, we can now look towards defending this win. Join us and get inspired by the frontline voices who have been leading the charge!



Kari Fulton

Kari Fulton (she/her) is an award-winning Environmental and Climate Justice advocate, organizer, educator, and policy advisor. Fulton has over 15 years of experience in Environmental and Climate Justice working with diverse domestic and global coalitions to coordinate campaigns, leadership development programs, summits, and conventions. Her work has been featured in various media including Black Entertainment Television (BET), Teen Vogue, C-SPAN, and Chinese Global Television Network (CGTN). Fulton serves as the Organizing Director for the Center for Oil and Gas Organizing – a new initiative to connect communities to federal regulators, and as an adjunct lecturer in Howard University’s Interdisciplinary Studies department. Fulton is an alumna of Howard University (B.A.,  Communications, and Culture) and Georgetown University (Master of Policy Management)

Roishetta Ozane

Roishetta Sibley Ozane is an accomplished Environmental Justice Champion and the Founder of The Vessel Project of Louisiana, a small yet impactful mutual aid and environmental justice organization. With a barrier-free approach, The Vessel Project provides emergency assistance to vulnerable citizens in need, including rent, utilities, and emergency shelter.

Roishetta is recognized globally as an environmental justice advocate and has shared her insights and experiences on stages nationally and abroad, including at COP 27 in Egypt. She champions the rights of Black, indigenous, and people of color communities, advocating for justice in the face of many injustices.

Gwen Jones

Gwendolyn Jones is a multi-generational native of Freeport, Texas, former industry-worker, and now community organizer working to stop the continued destruction, displacement, and environmental injustice caused by the LNG export and petrochemical industries.