Jane Fonda Celebrates 82th Birthday With 5th Lifetime Arrest Over Climate Change Protest

This Is How Jane Fonda Celebrated Her 82nd Birthday

Today, Jane Fonda turns 82 years of age, and she celebrated yesterday by fighting at another environmental change rally. She was likewise captured for the fifth time in her round of fighting at her week by week “Fire Drill Fridays.” The gathering fighting with her sang “Happy Birthday” to the entertainer and dissident as she was driven away in cuffs, per USA Today.

Fonda has been holding the Fire Drill Fridays all fall and is frequently joined by her superstar companions, including Ted Danson, her Grace and Frankie co-stars and TV little girls, June Diane Raphael and Brooklyn Decker, Sam Waterston, Diane Lane, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Her very own adolescent granddaughter, Viva Vadim, even joined her at one dissent and was captured.

This Is What She Got As Birthday Gift

Fonda is accustomed to spending her birthday doing dissident work. For her 80th birthday celebration in December 2017, she held a gathering pledge drive for the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power and Potential (G.C.A.P.P.), which centers around sexual wellbeing instruction and high schooler pregnancy anticipation.

Fonda said then that she didn’t hope to spend her 80s doing lobbyist work as she did in her more youthful years. Fonda hasn’t ever hated this sort of work, however. This year, she incidentally moved to Washington, D.C. to concentrate on her environmental change fight work.

“I believed that perhaps I could take up planting, she revealed to Vanity Fair in 2017. “I didn’t imagine that I would be back on the blockades, no. I didn’t imagine that our opportunities, our popular government would be in danger the manner in which they are present. I am completely alarmed.”