The Peoples March, September 21, 2014

Join the People’s March at the UN Climate Summit on September 21. People from many communities (labor, youth, women, environment, development, climate advocacy, etc.) are working together to make the People's Climate March happen in New York, and people of faith have been involved in the planning and hopefully will turn out in big numbers. The Peoples March has been organized for Sunday, September 21 to demonstrate massive public support to address climate change; the march has over 400 participating organizations and over 100 inter-religious groups involved in the planning. To learn more, go to: http://peoplesclimate.org/march/.

Invitation: An invitation by Bill McKibben, head of 350.org appeared in Rolling Stone Magazine.  

http://www.rollingstone.com/politics/news/a-call-to-arms-an-invitation-to-demand-action-on-climate-change-20140521.

Join with other Lutherans for the March: Lutherans are organizing to participate in the March. To learn how Lutherans are organizing for the March and to join with other Lutherans in attending the march, contact Phoebe Morad, LRC Director of Synod Training and Networking, at pheebscongo@yahoo.com.


Join with fellow Lutherans at the People’s Climate March and help us make history! SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 in NY

Visit ELCA Advocacy’s Action Center for important information on Lutheran participation in the People’s Climate March. Find out where you can meet up with fellow Lutherans, pick up a tshirt/sign, and participate in a multi-faith Pre-March prayer service!

Not able to make it to New York? Here’s what you can do at home!

Join a Climate March in your home city! – All over the country, people will gather for solidarity People’s Climate Marches. Visit peoplesclimate.org/global/ to find an event near you.

Sign our Interfaith Climate Petition! – Visit the ELCA Advocacy Action Center to add your voice to a growing chorus of people of faith who are holding our leaders accountable on this critical issue!

 

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