"Making nice doesn't work. It was worth a try, but it didn't work. So we'd better try something else." A Methodist Sunday school teacher proposes standing up to inaction over climate change: "We're not going to get the Senate to act next week, or maybe even next year. It took a decade after the Montgomery bus boycott to get the Voting Rights Act. But if there hadn't been a movement, then the Voting Rights Act would have passed in—never. We may need to get arrested. We definitely will need disciplined, nonviolent but very real anger. Mostly, we need to tell the truth, resolutely and constantly. Fossil fuel is wrecking the one Earth we've got. It's not going to go away because we ask politely. If we want a world that works, we're going to have to raise our voices."