Tucson People's Climate March

Saturday  29 April  2017  10:00 AM    Saturday  29 April  2017 2:00 PM
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We need to stand together to protect our climate, our health, and our communities. Part of that is resisting the current political agenda of denial and obstruction — but it’s also crucial that we build a vision of the world we want, and rise together to make it possible. To change everything, we need everyone. On April 29, let’s march for jobs, justice, and the climate: peoplesclimate.org #ClimateMarch #TucsonClimateMarch

The route, speakers, venues, and logistics of the Tucson People's Climate March is currently being organized by several notable non-profit groups — including the Center for Biological Diversity, the Sierra Club Rincon Group, and Sky Island Alliance. If you or your organization is interested in organizing with us, please email climatemarch2017@skyislandalliance.org. We need your help!

We are looking for interested and experienced people to help lead and/or volunteer for the following committees:
- Logistics
- Safety & Accessibility
- Outreach & Media
- Fundraising & Finances
- Speakers & Entertainment

We will meet-up at 10am in El Presidio Park with guest speakers to launch on a march through downtown departing at 11am. We'll loop back to the park for more speakers, music, a volunteer fair with local organizations, and other activities until 2pm (or later). More details to come soon!

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El Presidio Plaza Park
175 W Alameda St, South Tucson, 85701, AZ, United States

Christina Fridley Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 18:11
There in spirit

Pamela Portwood Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 30/04/2017 19:04
The March yesterday was great! Does anyone have an estimate on the crowd size? I did not see any media coverage in the AZ Daily Star although it published three articles on the national March. I think that's ridiculous for a local paper. Did anyone see or hear any TV or radio coverage of Tucson's March?
Paula Schlusberg
-- 30/04/2017 19:04
I was wondering the same thing, Pamela. Tho' I only saw one (very small) article about the national march in today's paper -- guess I'd better look more closely. But you'd think there'd be at least a mention about the local event.

Maria Conti Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 18:53
In addition to marching today, take your commitments a step further by commenting on the EPA's page on Regulations.gov. https://www.regulations.gov/document?D=EPA-HQ-OA-2017-0190-0042 This page was set up in response to Trump's executive order to begin the process of cutting regulations on emissions, but getting comments from the public is a part of that process. It takes less than 30 seconds!
http://www.businessinsider.com/epa-public-comment-pollution-rules-2017-4

Tom Racey Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 19:15
RamonyYessika Flores
-- 29/04/2017 19:15
Taco'Queta ,, ;)

Marisol Flores-Aguirre Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 20:58
Putting myself on blast. . I don't think I thanked the sign language interpreter today at the Climate Change March, YOU were AWESOME!!! Thank you for your work!!! Thanks to the organizers and everyone who attended.

Kerri Hostetter Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
I was unable to take the day off for the March today, but my 11 year old son went with Grandma. Here is his sign! 😃💚🌮🌵🐝🌱🌎
Kerri Hostetter
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
Kerri Hostetter
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
Kerri Hostetter
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
Kerri Hostetter
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
Kerri Hostetter
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
Jamie Wolgast
-- 29/04/2017 21:03
Perfect! 🙌🏼 😎

Tabitha Fox Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/04/2017 23:01
Has the route been planned out yet?
Robert SmithSmith
-- 28/04/2017 23:01
I’m all in… you can use the keyword “MAYDAY” at StopHim.org for your free poster and a 50% discount on some pretty cool stuff.

Nate Sigal Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 02:05
GREAT NEWS!! Environmental champion Rep. Raul Grijalva will be addressing the crowd at the March tomorrow - at about 1 pm! Also on the program is Dr. Jonathan Overpeck, director of UA Institute of the Environment and award-winning climate scientist. ​We will also hear from Tucson Vice-mayor Regina Romero, Pima County Supervisor Richard Elias and representatives of native nations, labor, faith community, Black Lives Matter, LGBTQ, environmental groups, schools, and many others. The rally starts at 10 am at El Presidio Plaza. We march in a loop through downtown Tucson at 11 am. More speakers and some music from 12 to 2. Learn more at: https://actionnetwork.org/events/peoples-climate-march-tucson-arizona​ We hope to see you there!​
Salome Kapanadze
-- 29/04/2017 02:05
http://happy-foxie.com/500k-gift-from-russia-to-trump/
Christina Fridley
-- 29/04/2017 02:05
Much respect.

Gila Saks Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 29/04/2017 00:28
So glad that we are represented. Don't think Ill be able tomorrow. Thanks to all who plan to be there💜

Julie Burguiere Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/04/2017 17:33
Looking for inspiration to make a sign for the climate March?
https://peoplesclimate.org/sign-contest/

Donna Sutton Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/04/2017 19:16
Is there a "march" to ElPresidio?
People's Climate March - Tucson Chapter
-- 28/04/2017 19:16
March is in a loop starting and ending at El Presidio. Rally from 10 to 11. March starts at 11, in a loop so we end up at El Presidio. More speakers and a little music from 12 to 2. Join us to march for climate, jobs, justice.

Meg Weesner Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/04/2017 18:59
Demagoguery, lies, and greed will not save the planet – but we can. Join us this Saturday as we take to the streets of downtown Tucson to send a clear message to Donald Trump that we will not sit idly by as he jeopardizes our planet, health, and environment. #TucsonClimateMarch We recommend traveling to downtown Tucson by bus, electric streetcar, or bicycle. Check out http://www.suntran.com/routes.php to find schedules and routes. If you must drive, you can look for parking on-street, in surface lots north of El Presidio Park or in the library or Pennington Street garages. Remember to bring a reusable water bottle and dress for the weather. Bring your sign and join us in marching for climate, jobs, and justice.
http://www.suntran.com/routes.php

Aaron De Anda Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 28/04/2017 03:51
We're arriving from Seattle Friday and hope to join our brothers and sisters in solidarity for Mother Earth!

Lynn C Monka Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 27/04/2017 21:18
Come people we need to continue being strong and active in quest to save our country from #45Drumphvader.

Beverly Travers Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 27/04/2017 20:36
I will be there

Barta Barnum Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 27/04/2017 20:12
I will be there.

Felice Cohen-Joppa Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 26/04/2017 16:46
Thanks to the organizers... will be there with a Nuclear-Free, Carbon-Free Contingent!
Felice Cohen-Joppa
-- 26/04/2017 16:46

Carolyn Classen Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 26/04/2017 21:52

Eileen Swiers Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Any suggestions on where to park?
People's Climate March - Tucson Chapter
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Yes, there will be a MARCH. We start the rally at 10 am and at 11 am we march. We will go in a loop through downtown Tucson - west on Alameda, south on Granada, east on Congress, north on Stone and west on Alameda back to El Presidio Plaza - 0.7 miles. More speakers, music, booths, food trucks, and artwork when we get back to El Presidio, until 2 pm.
Vincent Pawlowski
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Free parking in the public library lot every Saturday!
Lynn C Monka
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Get on the trolley at Congrss by El Rio health. One ticket. Will drop you at Congress and stone ave. Can get on trolley same place to get back to car. Lots of parking
Eileen Swiers
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Where is parking close the El Presidio Plaza.
Julia Larrabee
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Hotel Arizona on Congress street is free on Saturday's and you just have to walk across the bridge and you are smack in the plaza!
Eileen Swiers
-- 25/04/2017 15:43
Thanks!

Ruth Blunier Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 25/04/2017 03:26
Can't do that long walk with dog and using walker. Can sign people in or some other thing. Ruth Blunier
Angie McMurtrie
-- 25/04/2017 03:26
you can stay at the park.
People's Climate March - Tucson Chapter
-- 25/04/2017 03:26
Yes, Ruth; we can use your help at the plaza, if you're still interested. Would love to have you there!

LupiiTaa QG Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 19/04/2017 06:20
I'm attending here in San Francisco

Barbara Blumenthal Kunkel Commento inserito tramite Facebook
-- 23/04/2017 15:19
So many women, too few men. Where are they?
Michelle Berry
-- 23/04/2017 15:19
It's always been women in the forefront of meaningful social justice movements. Then the men catch on and get all the credit.
El Presidio Plaza Park
175 W Alameda St, South Tucson, 85701, AZ, United States
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