Prepping for People’s Climate March

WE’RE READY TO HIT THE STREETS IN NEW YORK CITY!!

  • PCMfeetWho’s we? The Climate Action Alliance of the Valley, the Sierra Club, the Voluntary Gas Tax group, Occupy Harrisonburg, JMU E.A.R.T.H. Club, New Community Project, EMU Earthkeepers, 350 Central VA, and every single citizen of the Shenandoah Valley who’s concerned about keeping Earth livable for the future.
  • What are we ready for? To go to New York City on September 21st to join the People’s Climate March, the nation’s largest climate march, to demand bold, political action to address the climate crisis.
  • Why September 21st?  World leaders will be coming to New York City for a United Nations summit to discuss climate change, and thousands of people are coming together to show that our communities are resilient, powerful, and united.
  • How are we going? By chartered bus, leaving JMU’s Memorial Hall at 3:30 AM the 21st, returning 2:00 AM the 22nd.  A long day but worth every minute.
  • How can I join in?  Easy!  Just click on this link to the Harrisonburg bus and you’ll be at the right place.  Sierra Club and others are helping to make tickets affordable—you’ll never get a better bargain to help you save the planet.
  • What if I can’t go?  Attend these events leading up to the People’s Climate March:

Rally for the Climate, Charlottesville Free Speech Wall, Saturday September 6, noon. contactcaav@gmail.com to carpool

Disruption, 350.org‘s new movie that makes a compelling call for bold action that is strong enough to tip the balance. Sunday, September 7, 7-9 PM, ISAT 136 on the JMU campus, and 8-10PM, Common Grounds Coffeehouse, EMU campus.

Changing Everything Takes Everyone: Pre-March Rally, Sunday, September 13, 4-6, Community Mennonite Church. Video and discussion of Bill McKibben’s sermon at Riverside Church, NYC, April, 2013, on the moral imperative to address climate change.

Harrisonburg Community Engagement Summit, September 20, 10-4, First Presbyterian Church: what can we do here to make Harrisonburg a more resilient community.

And, you can donate a little $ to help us keep the bus fares low—just click on the link to the Harrisonburg bus.

 

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