Sighting: Jane Fonda arrived into Washington, D.C. on Monday - ahead of resuming her Fire Drill Fridays protests against the climate change crisis

Jane Fonda arrived into Washington, D.C. on Monday – ahead of resuming her Fire Drill Fridays protests against the climate change crisis.

In black cat-eye shades and a face mask, the actress, now 84, was almost unrecognizable.  As she walked through arrivals, she was paired with leggings and a turtleneck black coat as well as leggings. This is just days after she said she was’ready to die’ in an open interview.

The Oscar winner wore leather boots as she ventured out into the city.

Sighting: Jane Fonda arrived into Washington, D.C. on Monday – ahead of resuming her Fire Drill Fridays protests against the climate change crisis 

This political activist will lead one of her Fire Drill Fridays rallies, December 2, to draw attention to the climate crisis. 

She The movement was started in 2019 by Greta Thunberg (19), who inspired her to act as though ‘our home is on fire’. 

At DC’s Freedom Plaza, celebrities and lawmakers will be giving speeches.  This will be the first event of its kind in nearly three years.

Jane is a long-standing activist in politics, dating back to the 1960s and 1970s. 

That activism includes a controversial trip to Hanoi in 1972 where she was photographed sitting on a North Vietnamese anti-aircraft gun. She American service personnel and their families were deeply sorry for the pain caused by the photograph. 

Unrecognizable: The Oscar Winner Was Nearly Unrecognizable With A Black Face Mask Beneath A Pair Of Gold Rimmed Sunglasses

Unrecognizable: The Oscar winner was nearly unrecognizable with a black face mask beneath a pair of gold rimmed sunglasses

Fire Drill Fridays: The Actress And Activist Is Re-Launching Fire Drill Fridays, Protests Designed To Draw Attention To The Climate Crisis. The Organization Will Hold Its First In-Person Rally In Three Years December 2 (Pictured In Washington, D.c. In January 2020)

Fire Drill Thursdays: Actress and activist Sheila E. is relaunching Fire DrillFridays, protests that call attention to the climate crisis. The organization will hold its third in-person rally in three year’s December 2. (Photo taken in Washington, D.C., in January 2020).

She After the image was published, there was a lot of public outrage.  Star claimed she was forced to sit on the machinery by her manager in an essay published in 2011. website, Writing, “Someone (I don’t recall who) led me to the gun…” It had nothing whatsoever to do with the place I was sitting. I didn’t even think about where I was sitting. 

“The cameras flashed…”  It is possible that the Vietnamese were planning it. It is impossible to know. They could have done it, but I don’t think they would. This is where the buck stops. If I was used, I allowed it to happen…  a two-minute lapse of sanity that will haunt me forever.’ 

Jane spoke out in an article from 2018 with Harvard Business Review She was close to quitting acting in order to become a union organizer. However, a friend discouraged her from trying. He said that the movement had plenty of organizers but not many movie stars. It is important to continue acting and to be more focused on your career. The movement needs you to do this.

Then, she stated that she began to make her own films, including 1978’s Coming Home. 

The movie is about a woman who falls for a paralyzed veteran, while her husband fights in Viet Vietnam. Three Oscars were awarded for the drama, including Jane’s best actress and Jon Voight’s best actor awards. 

History Of Activism: Jane Fonda Has A History Of Activism Beginning In The 1960S And 1970S

History of activism: Jane Fonda’s activism history began in the 1960s and 70s.

Controversy: The Actress Received Backlash After A Controversial Trip To Hanoi In 1972 Where She Was Photographed Sitting On A North Vietnamese Anti-Aircraft Gun. She Has Apologized For Any Pain The Photo May Have Cause American Service Members And Their Families

Controversy – The actress was criticized after she was photographed in Hanoi on a North Vietnamese antiaircraft gun in 1972. She American service personnel and their families were deeply sorry for the pain that the photo caused.

The 1980 comedy, 9 to 5, focused on inequality at work. Dolly Parton, Lily Tomlin and Dolly Parton had to deal with their misogynistic boss (played by Dabney Cole) while implementing forward-thinking ideas such as on-site childcare and shared work. 

The Academy Award nominated the theme song and it has become a rallying call for women around world.  

On Golden Pond actress, Jane Fonda Workout video, book, and cassette tapes made her a media celebrity in the 1980s.

Workplace Equality: The Film 9 To 5 Focused On Inequality In The Work Place. Jane Teamed With Lily Tomlin And Dolly Parton In The Film Which Introduced Forward Thinking Ideas Such As Shared Jobs And On-Scene Childcare

Workplace equality: The film “9 to 5” focused on the issue of workplace inequality. Jane was paired with Lily Tomlin, Dolly Parton and Dolly Parton for the film. It introduced forward-thinking ideas like shared jobs and on-scene childcare.

Profits: The Profits From Jane'S Exercise Videos, Books And Cassette Tapes Were Used To Fund The California Campaign For Economic Democracy, A Political Action Committee She Founded With Former Husband Tom Hayden, 76 (Pictured In Los Angeles In 1979)

Profits: The profits from Jane’s exercise videos, books and cassette tapes were used to fund the California campaign for economic democracy, a political action committee she founded with former husband Tom Hayden, 76 (Pictured in Los Angeles in 1979)

The California Campaign for Economic Democracy was funded by the profits. It was founded in California by Grace and Frankie and Tom Hayden, her ex-husband. 

Jane, along with Robin Morgan and Gloria Steinem, co-founded Women’s Media Center (2005). 

Encyclopedia Britannica She was named one of 100 Women Trailblazers by the 80 for Brady Star for her efforts in bringing about social change. 

Jane once said she was going to do this. She knows that she doesn’t have much time left and feels ready to go.

Grace and Frankie actress said Entertainment Tonight She is simply being realistic about her future because she has more time than she has ahead of herself and she is ‘not likely to be here much longer.

The mother of three, who is also a two-time Oscar nominee and an environmental activist, said that she believes she has lived a great life.

“When you are my age, it is important to realize how much time you have left,” the actress, whose father is Grapes Of Wrath actor Henry Fonda, said in an ET video.

“I’m not afraid to go, I’m prepared, I’ve had an amazing life.

Fonda added that she is not looking forward to passing but she knows it looms: ‘Not that I want to go, but I’m aware that it’s going to be sooner rather than later.’

In September, Fonda revealed she had been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.

Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma is a type of cancer that begins in the lymphatic system, a part of the body’s immune system dedicated to fighting germs.

She Instagram user, ‘This cancer is very treatable. Eighty percent of people survive. I feel extremely lucky. I’m also lucky because I have health insurance and access to the best doctors and treatments. I realize, and it’s painful, that I am privileged in this.’

She Also, read ET She says she feels a little tired after the chemo but she’s fine after some rest.

She shared that she would be celebrating her 85th birthday with friends in December.

She said, “My family will attend.”  “My daughter, grandkids, and son, who live in Vermont, will join us. My son, his wife, and their child, who lives in Los Angeles, will also be coming in. And we’ll just enjoy a quiet time.

Trailblazer: Encyclopedia Britannica Named The 80 For Brady Star One Of 100 Women Trailblazers For Her Efforts To Bring About Social Change

Trailblazer: Encyclopedia Britannica named the 80 for Brady star one of 100 Women Trailblazers for her efforts to bring about social change