In Washington detained, half of the participants of the action against climate change, including Hollywood stars (PHOTO, VIDEO)

В Вашингтоне задержали половину участников акции против изменения климата, включая голливудских звезд (ФОТО, ВИДЕО)

Hollywood actors Joaquin Phoenix and Martin sheen were among the nearly 150 detainees at a demonstration against climate change at the walls of the Capitol in Washington, DC. The rally, which was attended by about 300 people, was organized by actress Jane Fonda, also known for his social activities. Eco strike called Friday’s Fire Drill (“Fire drill on Fridays”) are from Oct.

14 at the demonstration ended with the arrest of 147 people on charges of holding an illegal rally, reports “Voice of America”. In addition to Phoenix, Bus and Funds in equities also participated actress Susan Sarandon and Maggie Gyllenhaal. Phoenix, recently received the award “Golden globe” for her performance as the Joker in the same film, in his speech at the meeting said about the impact of meat and dairy industry on climate change.

The actor admitted that he could not avoid some things that negatively affect the climate, in particular, of the flights, but said that would change eating habits. Phoenix for many years adheres to a vegan diet, which excludes all foods of animal origin.

The artist raised the issue of climate change during his speech at the ceremony “Golden globe”, and after the ceremony thanked the organizers for the first time included in the menu, vegan dishes, said “the Kinopoisk”.

Martin sheen at the demonstration called for the Foundation of his character and expressed the view that the world will be saved by women. “Thank God that more of them than men,” said the actor. Jane Fonda, during the previous shares was detained five times, and once even left in the cell all night, this time escaped custody. Previously together with her the police caught the Actresses Diane lane, Sally field Rosanna Arquette.

The Fund intends to continue protests in California, according to Deadline. Immediate action in this state is planned to be held February 7 in Los Angeles – two days before the award “Oscar”.


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