KC Climate March & Rally, Sunday, Nov 29, 2:45 pm, JC Nichols Fountain (Plaza)

2:45 – Meet at the J.C. Nichols Fountain.
3:00 – March through the Plaza.
4:30 – Rally and community speakers at All Souls Unitarian Church, 4501 Walnut, KCMO

Be a part of our rally and march as we call on the negotiators meeting in Paris to reach an agreement to leave at least 80% of fossil fuel reserves in the ground – we need you! No movement for social change has ever succeeded without getting people out of their chairs and into the streets!

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Cleaver-150Representative Emanuel Cleaver will be our special guest speaker at the 4:30 rally at All Souls.

We will begin with a very short march near the JC Nichols Fountain in Mill Creek Park before marching through the Plaza to the pedestrian bridge over Brush Creek (Ward Pkwy. & Wyandotte), where we’ll take a group photo. Then we’ll march to All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church (4501 Walnut) to warm up with hot cocoa or coffee followed by a rally at 4:30 with speakers representing faith, labor, environment, and community groups. We will be marching on the sidewalk and obeying traffic laws when we cross streets.

This event is part of the Global Climate March. On November 30th, world leaders meet in Paris to start negotiating the next global climate deal. That’s why, the day before, people around the world will take to the streets and push leaders at every level of government to commit to 100% clean energy. Together, we can push the world towards a climate deal that gets us off dirty energy and unleashes clean energy for all. Let’s make history.

Go to this link and RSVP on the right for this Global Climate March event.

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One Response to KC Climate March & Rally, Sunday, Nov 29, 2:45 pm, JC Nichols Fountain (Plaza)

  1. seawolf9844 says:

    We are not a movement on vegan. However, we recognize that the animal food industry does have an impact on climate.

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