Roosevelt Island-based Wildlife Freedom Foundation, its founder and volunteers earn local Earth Day attention on NBC’s Today Show tomorrow.
By David Stone
UPDATE: We thank our friend Sylvan Klein for sending over a link to this video with Roosevelt Island’s Wildlife Freedom Foundation volunteers joining Al Roker on Earth Day: Earth Day 2021 on Roosevelt Island.
The Roosevelt Island Daily has learned that, at the invitation of Restore Our Earth, an initiative of EarthDay.org, Roosevelt Islander Rossana Ceruzzi will appear on NBC’s Today Show with volunteers from the Wildlife Freedom Foundation (WFF).
Last summer, Ceruzzi (Kneeling in Center) lead a protest against RIOC’s plans to destroy the shorelines in Southpoint Park.
Join the 7:00 a.m. Today Show segment inside Southpoint Park near the west entrance.
Tune in for Earth Day, April 22nd, 2021, on NBC, Channel 4.
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