Jane Fonda said she wants to get arrested every Friday — all to address the climate crisis. She’s done it four out of 11 times.

The actress and activist said she moved to Washington for four months to raise awareness about the devastating challenges that are facing the Earth.

“There is a collective crisis, requires collective action,” the 81-year-old told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. “And so I decided to use my celebrity to try to raise the sense of urgency, and I moved to Washington, and I’m going to get arrested every Friday.”

She calls these protests “Fire Drill Fridays.” Each week, she along with other advocacy organizations gather at the US Capitol to bring attention to how the climate crisis intersects with different parts of the human life, such as militarism, women and human rights.

Here’s a timeline of Fonda’s protests so far.

December 20: Fonda celebrates 82nd birthday

Jane Fonda marches at her 11th climate change protest, a day before her 82nd birthday. Gloria Steinem and the Rev. William Barber delivered speeches.

December 13: Sally Field arrested

Actress Sally Field (left) and environmentalist Winona LaDuke joined Fonda for the 10th protest. Field was arrested.

December 6: Actresses march

Fonda marched with fellow actresses Taylor Schilling and Kyra Sedgwick during the rally.

November 29: Her on-screen grandson joins

On the day after Thanksgiving, Iain Armitage, Fonda's on-screen grandson in "Our Souls at Night," joined her along with her real grandchildren.

November 22: Celebrity arrests

Actresses Diane Lane and Piper Perabo as well as model  Amber Valletta were arrested during the protest.

November 15: More celebrities join Fonda

Fonda avoided yet another arrest. Robert Kennedy Jr. and actress June Diane Raphael were taken away in police custody.

November 8: There was ice cream

For the first time, Fonda avoided an arrest. Ben & Jerry's co-founders, Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, brought free ice cream.

November 1: Held in police custody

This is the first time Fonda was detained overnight in connection to the protests.

October 25: With Ted Danson

Actor Ted Danson was arrested at the protests as well.

October 18: With Sam Waterston

Fonda was joined by her "Grace & Frankie" co-star Sam Waterston.

October 11: The first arrest

Fonda, 81, was one of 16 people charged with unlawfully demonstrating on the East Front of the Capitol.