Joaquin Phoenix fue la celebridad arrestada este viernes, como parte de las manifestaciones pacíficas que encabeza la activista Jane Fonda contra el cambio climático, llamada ” Friday Drill Day”.

Phoenix se pronunció en contra de la industria ganadera e invitó a los asistentes a hacer algo por el medio ambiente controlando su consumo y decidiendo conscientemente lo que comen.

Diane Lane, Piper Perabo, Amber Valletta, Robert Kennedy Jr., Marg Helgenberger, Paul Scheer, June Diane Raphael, Rosanna Arquette, Catherine Keener, Ted Danson, Sam Waterston y la propia Jane Fonda son estrellas que han sido arrestadas anteriormente en la protesta que se realiza en las escalinatas del capitolio, en Washington, D.C.

Hace apenas unos días, el pasado domingo, Phoenix ganó el Globo de Oro a Mejor actor de Película de Drama, por su papel en “Joker”.

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#Repost @officialmartinstrain (@get_repost) ・・・ #Repost @that_vegan_couple • • • • • Could Joaquin Phoenix have started 2020 any better?! He just disrupted the Washington D.C. Fire Drill Fridays climate change rally… he got up on stage after being told he's not to talk, and then asked everyone (including the organiser Jane Fonda!!) to stop eating animals! 😮👊 ~ He's holding people accountable (including event organizers like Jane Fonda!) for their actions and showing them that the most simple and impactful individual change we can make, is to stop eating animals. ~ Joaquin Phoenix was then arrested – along with Martin Sheen and a total of 147 protesters – for the "unlawful demonstration". ~ It's all over the media, they're all quoting Joaquin and spreading the message to stop eating animals! THIS is the power of disruption. ~ In a celebrity worshiping culture, the animals need people like Joaquin, and other vegan stars, to use their platform and speak up for animals a lot more. @mileycyrus where you at?? ~ The largest study ever conducted on farming and the environment was published in the journal Science in 2018. ➡️ The study concluded: “A vegan diet is probably the single biggest way to reduce your impact on planet Earth, not just greenhouse gases, but global acidification, eutrophication, land use and water use” said Joseph Poore, at the University of Oxford, UK, who led the research. “It is far bigger than cutting down on your flights or buying an electric car” he said, as these only cut greenhouse gas emissions. Which means there’s more to consider regarding the climate emergency than just GHG emissions. ~ "Going vegan is not the most we can do, it's the least we can do" – That Vegan Couple. ~ 👉 LINK IN OUR BIO @_challenge22_ TO HELP YOU TRANSITION 🌱 . #firedrillfridays #australia #bushfiresaustralia #vegan #globalwarming #climatechange #gretathunberg #dietchangeforclimatechange #joker #joaquinphoenix#Repost @that_vegan_couple • • • • • Could Joaquin Phoenix have started 2020 any better?! He just disrupted the Washington D.C. Fire Drill Fridays climate change rally… he got up on stage after being told he's not to talk, and then asked everyone (inclu

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