California

Silicon Valley Youth Climate Strike, March & Rally!

Greta Thunberg, the amazing 16-year-old Swedish climate activist who has been striking for the climate every Friday for the past year, has called on adults to join students in peaceful demonstrations for bold climate action on Friday, September 20th. With millions of youth and adults mobilizing all over the world and the country, this is likely to be the largest protest for climate justice in the planet's history. 

Come help us make history and have our kids' backs, so that they don't have to fight for a livable climate alone.

RSVP below and participate in any or all of these ways (times are approximate):

12:30-1:30pm: Some students will walk out of school or hold events at their schools to spotlight the climate crisis

2:45-3:00pm: Youth and adults will gather at San Jose's Diridon Station (65 Cahill St.)

3:00-4:00pm: March <1 mile from Diridon Station to San Jose City Hall (200 E. Santa Clara St.) 

4:00-5:00pm: Rally at San Jose City Hall with inspiring speakers, cheers and food! 

As climate hero Bill McKibben says: "One can be excused for despairing, but not for walking away. Especially at the most desperate moments, human solidarity is required. If a kid says help, you help." 

Please RSVP below to help with planning and logistics--and to show how many people care. Thank you! 

WHEN
September 20, 2019 at 2:45pm - 5pm
WHERE
Begin at Diridon Train Station; End at San Jose City Hall
San Jose City Hall 200 E Santa Clara St
San Jose, CA 95113
United States
Google map and directions
31 RSVPS
Kathryn Funk Maria Hennessy Jill Maggi Virginia Cortez Essie Baradar Britta Bullard Jeannie Entin Martina Keim Rebecca Habermann Anne Stauffer Devon Dear Linda Hutchins-Knowles Susan Butler-Graham Jenny Green

Who's RSVPing

Kathryn Funk
Maria Hennessy
Jill Maggi
Virginia Cortez
Essie Baradar
Britta Bullard
Jeannie Entin
Martina Keim
Rebecca Habermann
Anne Stauffer
Devon Dear
Linda Hutchins-Knowles
Susan Butler-Graham
Jenny Green

Will you come?


Showing 15 reactions

Be the first to comment

Please check your e-mail for a link to activate your account.