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Over two years ago ~1,500 San Diegans took to the streets in solidarity with 400,000 in New York demanding action on climate change. Workers, students, human rights leaders, frontline communities, indigenous heroes: we acted together to send a message so powerful and unified the world could not ignore it. President Obama listened, and began to lead.
Today, Donald Trump’s election threatens the future of our planet, the safety of our communities, and the health of our families. Facing the threat of a President who denies the reality of climate change, and openly attacks women, people of color, immigrants, Muslims, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, workers, and so many more, we need to stand up and take action to protect everything and everyone we love.
On April 29, just before the 100th day of the Trump administration, the people will come together for a massive march in Washington, D.C., and once again, we will be marching in San Diego. We will march for our families, air, water, and land. We will march for clean energy jobs and climate justice. We will march for our communities and the people we love. And we will be louder and stronger than ever before.
We will meet at Waterfront Park 1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101, at the steps on the west side at 10am. Live music, a Native American ceremony, and a Kid’s Zone with games and facepainting will be featured. Opening speeches will be followed by a short loop march, and then we will regroup at the park afterward. You can find details about the program here, and information about transportation options here.
- Rebel With a Cause: Masada Disenhouse and Saturday’s People’s Climate March San Diego- by Ken Stone
- People’s Climate March in San Diego Saturday comes with demands for local politicians – by Joshua Emerson Smith
- Downloadable march signs available
- Reserve your t-shirt for the People’s Climate March!
- Why the People’s Climate March Matters Now More Than Ever
- Present at the Creation: Walter Cronkite and the ‘Environment Story’