The actress has made it clear she will continue to protest and get arrested until her point regarding climate control is understood by congress.
"So, I moved here to do an action every Friday called "Fire Drill Friday" because Greta Thunberg says 'our house is on fire we have to behave appropriately, '" Fonda told reporters upon her release last week.
For Fonda, it marked the second week in a row she has been arrested as part of the campaign she launched last week, while Waterston-Fonda's co-star in Grace and Frankie and The Newsroom-had his first-ever arrest.
Fonda and fellow "Grace and Frankie" actor Sam Waterston were arrested on the steps of the U.S. Capitol on Friday afternoon along with more than a dozen other climate activists.
Reps for Fonda and Waterston did not immediately respond to request for comment.
The Academy Award-winning actress was photographed with zip ties on her wrists and being escorted by U.S. Capitol Police.
Fonda can not remember precisely which cause led to her last arrest in the 1970s.
"It'll be known as 'Fireplace Drill Friday.' And we're going to have interaction in civil disobedience and we're going to get arrested each Friday".
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She said her target audience now is people like her who try to cut their plastic use and drive fuel-efficient cars, for instance, but otherwise "don't know what to do and they feel helpless", she said.
"I'm going to take my physique, which is form of well-known and in style proper now due to the collection and I'm going to go to D.C. and I'm going to have a rally each Friday", she stated. "It attracts media. We're trying to raise the visibility of this crisis".
"There's a whole group of very activated, middle-age white women".
If her efforts misfire, Fisher added, the older people risk making the movement look uncool.
And she did just that with some of the teenagers and other young activists she invited up to the stage to speak.
It's probably about time that the once infamous "Hanoi Jane" Fonda gain an additional moniker of "Climate Crisis Jane". She came out Friday as part of a group calling itself Elders Climate Action.
"Make no mistake, change is coming, whether we like it or not".