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Rise to Create a HUGE Climate, Jobs, & Justice March: 2nd Mass Meeting
Monday, June 25, 2018 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Rise for Climate, Jobs & Justice!
Join the APEN, California Allegory Youth Fellowship, CEJA, Idle No More SF Bay, Jobs With Justice, North Bay Organizing Project, PODER, SEIU 1021, 350.org and over 50 other organizations at a mass meeting on June 25th. We are organizing to build the largest march for climate, jobs and justice on the West Coast! Everyone is invited to ensure that everyone is represented as we build a bold, visionary action that will channel power to the people through the Rise for Climate Jobs & Justice March.
On Saturday, September 8th, the largest mobilization for climate, jobs, and justice on the West Coast will grace the streets of San Francisco. This action will not be your ordinary march – we will shift power to demand real climate leadership that protects vulnerable communities, workers, and future generations; keep fossil fuels in the ground; develop a just, equitable, resilient 100% renewable energy economy that rapidly expands economic opportunity; and create family sustaining jobs for a thriving society that does not sacrifice any community around the world.
The whole world is coming to San Francisco for the Global Climate Summit from Sep 12-14. Because of this, it is important that we show up not only for our state, but in solidarity with all those impacted by the climate crisis internationally.
We know that the environmental, economic, and social issues we see day-to-day are very interconnected. On June 25th, we are inviting you, your organizations, your friends, and your family to rise up with the world on September 8th to demand real solutions.
This is the second community grassroots organizing meeting. We will be updating everyone on the working groups progress and then breaking down into those groups giving opportunity to plug in and network for those who are just joining us as well!
Join communities of all identities, spanning interracial, indigenous, faith, labor, environmental groups, youth and elders, and many more as we look forward to creating a world of equity, justice, and a sustainable and safe future for the next seven generations to come. It’s up to us.
The story of a better future is unfolding as we make it possible. Are you part of this story?