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World Jane Fonda is arrested at climate change rally in Washington D.C. after moving to the capital and vowing to protest 'every Friday'

23:10  11 october  2019
23:10  11 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Jane Fonda has been arrested during a climate change rally after moving to Washington D . C . to protest ' every Friday '. The 81-year-old actress's Fonda was led away by police on Friday . Her hands appeared to be zip-tied. She has recently spoken out about the climate crisis and vowed to

Jane Fonda was arrested in Washington , D . C ., Friday while taking part in a protest about climate change . The actress, 81, shared that she would be at Fonda has a history of controversial political activism, including her opposition to the Vietnam War. Fonda 's visit to North Vietnam in 1972 drew

a group of police officers riding on the back of a truck: Fonda walked away hands behind her back as she was taken to a police car © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fonda walked away hands behind her back as she was taken to a police car Jane Fonda has been arrested during a climate change rally after moving to Washington D.C. to protest 'every Friday'.

The 81-year-old actress's hands appeared to be zip-tied as she was taken away by police on the steps in front of the Capital Building in the US capital.

She was filmed standing beside Oil Change International protesters, who started a chant demanding for "climate justice now."

Later as Fonda was led away the crowds applauded her and shouted, 'We love you Jane!' 

The Los Angeles Times claimed that it was her mission to get arrested. The actress has vowed to protest each week 'rain or shine'.

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Jane Fonda was arrested outside the United States Capitol on Friday as part of a climate change protest , a high-profile act of civil disobedience by the “I’ve been feeling that I wasn’t doing enough.” Ms. Fonda vowed to return to the Capitol, saying that she was moving to Washington for the next

Actress Jane Fonda is arrested Friday inside the Hart Senate Office Building. Fonda , who has been leading weekly climate change protests called “Fire Drill Fridays ” since early October, was arrested Friday along with 137 other demonstrators inside the Hart Senate Office Building, where 50

Fonda claimed to have been 'inspired and emboldened by the incredible movement' spearheaded by young activists including Sweden's Greta Thunberg.

She wrote on her website: 'I can no longer stand by and let our elected officials ignore – and even worse – empower – the industries that are destroying our planet for profit. 

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Jane Fonda arrested again at climate change protest ; Sam Waterston also arrested . In a letter shared to Fire Drill Friday 's website, Fonda said she's " moved to Washington , D . C . to be closer In addition to her recent arrests , Fonda was previously arrested for "drug smuggling" at the Cleveland

WASHINGTON — This holiday weekend found Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin standing in front of an empty Capitol building, debating the environmental More than 100 participants have been arrested at previous Fire Drills. But on Friday only a dozen people volunteered to kick off a holiday weekend in

'We can not continue to stand for this.' 

a man and a woman walking down a street: Fonda took time off from Netflix series 'Grace and Frankie' to move to the US capital so she could join protesters for 'Fire Drill Fridays' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fonda took time off from Netflix series 'Grace and Frankie' to move to the US capital so she could join protesters for 'Fire Drill Fridays' After reading about Thunberg's personal battle with the climate crisis she was determined to act.

Fonda said: 'She realized that the crisis was barreling straight at us, like a train and looked around and people weren’t behaving appropriately.

'It so traumatized her that she stopped eating. I hadn’t realized that she stopped eating and speaking for almost a year. And that really hit me.'

a close up of Jane Fonda: Fonda famously protested the Vietnam War in the past © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fonda famously protested the Vietnam War in the past Fonda was given permission to take a break from Netflix series 'Grace and Frankie' to join protesters for 'Fire Drill Fridays.'

She wrote: 'I’ve moved to Washington, D.C. to be closer to the epicenter of the fight for our climate.'

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Jane Fonda was arrested in Washington , D . C ., on Friday for protesting climate change . "She will be joined at every 'Fire Drill Friday ' through at least mid-January by celebrities, scientists "Inspired by the growing movement of young climate strikers, Fonda decided to move to the nation's

Jane Fonda , 81, arrested for protesting climate change at the Capitol after citing Greta Thunberg as her inspiration. Well, that didn't take long. After recently revealing she moved to Washington Fonda is living in Washington for nearly four months and plans to get arrested every Friday until

Fonda told the L.A. Times that after Donald Trump was elected she 'tried to get him on the climate thing' 

She explained: 'I know men like him. Not as bad, but I know men like him. And the ego is a big thing.' 

a statue of a person: Fonda was claimed to be demanding urgent action on a Green New Deal when she was arrested. Fellow protesters cheered as she was led away and shout, 'We love you Jane' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fonda was claimed to be demanding urgent action on a Green New Deal when she was arrested. Fellow protesters cheered as she was led away and shout, 'We love you Jane'

In a bizarre note, she even said that she considered taking 'some gorgeous woman climate activists' to try to sway the President.

Fonda added: 'I talked to Pamela Anderson, for example. And if she has to get on her knees and just say, “You’re going to be a hero. You can save the world.”'

Fonda claimed to have been inspired to act by Greta Thunberg, a young activist from Sweden © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Fonda claimed to have been inspired to act by Greta Thunberg, a young activist from Sweden The actress previously took a stand against the Vietnam War, for which some nicknamed 'Hanoi Jane'.

Fonda also criticized former California Governor Jerry Brown for allegedly ignoring oil companies that continue to drill 'all over California.'

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Jane Fonda was arrested on Friday in Washington , D . C . during a climate change protest The protest was associated with the actress’ Friday Drill Fridays campaign, in which Fonda vowed to protest every Friday through Fonda recently told the Washington Post that she moved to D . C

UPDATED: Jane Fonda was arrested (again) on Friday during an ongoing climate change protest in Washington D . C ., and this time was joined by Ted Danson. “Today, the United States Capitol Police arrested 32 individuals for unlawfully demonstrating in the intersection of East Capitol and First

DailyMail.com reached out to Jane Fonda's representatives for comment but did not immediately hear back. 

Pictures: Global Climate Change Strike

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