Thousands to Attend Peoples Climate March on Trump’s 100th Day

Photo credit: The Peoples Climate March/Twitter

For its third consecutive year, The Peoples Climate March will gather thousands in Washington D.C. to advocate for the environment.

The march will take place on Saturday, starting at the Capitol, passing by Pennsylvania Avenue and then surrounding the White House grounds. There will also be a gathering and concert at the Washington Monument after the march.

“After 100 days of this administration, it’s our time to show our resilience, to show that we’re still here, that we’re only getting stronger, that we’re multiplying and that we’re never giving up on justice, or on the people,” Angela Adrar, executive director of the Climate Justice Alliance, said in a statement. “The Peoples Climate March is about building and deepening connections and linking the intersectionality we need in this moment.”

The march’s objectives, according to the organization’s website, include advancing solutions to the climate crisis rooted in racial, social, and economic justice and commitment to protecting front-line communities and workers; protecting the rights to clean air, water, land, healthy communities, and a world of peace; and stopping attacks on immigrants, communities of color, indigenous and tribal people, lands, and workers.

Aside from the march, several events will take place during the week surrounding the theme “From Truth to Justice.”

The week of events started with Sunday’s March fr Science, and will end with the Beyond the Movement National Day of action.

Below find a more detailed schedule of the week’s events:

Climate & Culture: Art Meets Action

100% Clean Energy Bill Launch with Senators Sanders and Merkley
People’s Action Direct Action at White House

Addressing Our Climate and Jobs Crises (Panel Discussion)

SEEC/PCM Rally and Lobby Day at the Capitol

City Hall Lobby Day
It Takes Roots Direct Action
Youth Convening
Indigenous Led Water Ceremony
DC Premiere of Third Industrial Revolution
Defenders of Democracy Art Build
Reception for Labor Event
Art Build at Patagonia

Peoples Climate March

Candidate Training with PCM Partner Organizations

Beyond the Moment National Day of Action

To donate to The Peoples Climate March, click here.

About Valeria Ricciulli

Valeria Ricciulli is a New York based Colombian journalist. She currently covers real estate, architecture, and infrastructure at Vox Media's Curbed NY. Previously, she worked as a breaking news reporter for, and as a digital news intern for El Diario New York, covering crime, local politics, health, and culture. She's currently pursuing an M.S. in Media Management at The New School.

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