Local Actions By State
Silicon Valley Youth Climate Strike
Friday, September 20, 2:45 – 5:00 p.m.
San Jose Diridon Station, 65 Cahill St, San Jose, 95110
Join Greens, students and workers at this general strike for the climate to demand justice and a livable future for all people. We will march from Diridon Station near downtown San Jose to the San Jose City Hall. As we march to City Hall, we will chant, sing songs, and hold up our signs. Once everyone reaches the city hall plaza, there will be a rally with a variety of speakers, cheers, and news coverage. The strike will end at around 5 pm on the City Hall steps. RSVP
Peninsula Peace & Justice Center – Climate Strike & Rally
Friday, September 20, 6 - 8 PM
Palo Alto City Hall, 250 Hamilton Ave, Palo Alto, 94301
Join us in a Global Climate Strike. The planet, and the future generations of all living species depend on us making a change NOW! Let us make our voices heard and demand a change to the status quo which has slowly (now more rapidly) been killing this beautiful planet and the creatures living on it. Santa Clara Greens are co-hosts and our own county councilmember Nassim Nouri will speak at the event! RSVP
Friday, September 20
Carbondale, 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. SIU Climate Strike, SIU Campus, Faner Hall Fountain. Stand with us to learn from educated speakers, start discussions about sustainability on campus, march together, and demand stronger action against climate change from SIU. Sponsored by SIU SENSE (Students Embracing Nature, Sustainability, and Environmentalism) and YDSA. RSVP on Facebook.
Naperville, 3:30 p.m. – 6 p.m. Global Climate Strike at Naperville Riverwalk Park, Oliver Hoffman Pavilion, 320 W. Jackson Ave., Naperville. This is the international day for a climate strike to draw attention to the existential threat of the global warming crisis. Hosted by Progressives of Kane County and supported by the DuPage Greens. RSVP on Facebook.
Friday, September 20
Global Climate Strike march in DC, with Maryland Green Party banner
Meet at John Marshall Park, 4th and Pennsylvania Ave, DC, at "The Chess Players" sculpture on east side of park at 10:45 – 11:00 a.m., march till 1:00 p.m. at Capitol. More info at GlobalClimateStrike.net
Baltimore Climate Strike with Baltimore City Green Party
Meet at the Inner harbor 201 East Pratt St, Baltimore MD 21230 Noon - 2:00 p.m.
Monday September 23
Global Climate Strike #2
Support for Xtinction Rebellion action in DC. Contact [email protected] for more info and to participate.
Manhattan – Friday, September 20 and 22
- Friday, September 20th: Link up with Greens at the Climate Strike. In NYC, meet SE corner of Worth and Lafayette Sts (just inside Foley Sq park) at 12 noon. March at 1pm from Foley Sq to Battery Park. Rally at Battery Park from 2:30-5. 9/20 NYC Green Contingent Point Person: Jim McCabe, [email protected]; cell: (917) 535-5105. Visit the Facebook event page.
- Sunday, September 22nd: Join the People's Mobilization in NYC to Stop the U.S. War Machine. Meet at Herald Square (NW corner, near 36th St. and 6th Ave.) at 2pm for the march and rally. 9/22 NYC Green Contingent Point Person: Dani Liebling, [email protected]; cell: (347) 218-3107.
Albany – Friday, September 20
Climate Strike March and Rally: Join us in rallying for the climate!
11:00 a.m – 12:30 p.m.
March for the climate from the Sheridan steam plant, 79 Sheridan Avenue to West Capitol Park
The Bucks County Green Party has endorsed and will support a local Climate Strike event to be held in Doylestown PA, following the lead of the Green Party of the US in endorsing national and global climate strike actions in September being led in the U.S. by the Sunrise Movement. On Sunday, September 22nd, Bucks Students for Climate Action and Protection of the Environment (BSCAPE) is calling youth and adults alike to march in Doylestown.
As part of the Global Climate Strike, the Lancaster Green Party along with Sunrise Movement Lancaster and many others are hosting "Awake for Our Future", a demonstration and event occurring in Lancaster City on September 27. That Friday students across the county will be walking out of schools to protest the in-action of our leaders to address the Climate Crisis. At 3:00 p.m. people will join together at Penns Square to demonstrate and then proceed to Binns Park for an evening of conversation to bring attention to the pivotal issue facing our future.
Find details at https://www.facebook.com/events/403910673593351/
Join the Green Party contingent at today's Climate Strike at City Hall.
We will meet at 11:00 a.m. at the page boy statue near the southeast side of City Hall (by Juniper Street). If you come later, you can text Belinda at 267-235-0296 to find us.
Be sure to wear your Green Party t-shirt!
Climate Strike & Extinction Rebellion events have been called for everywhere 9/20-9/22. The Green Party of Texas encourages all Greens to participate with these events in their area in order to amplify the clear demand for climate action and peace.
The Green Party of the Mid-Columbia is taking part in the Global Strike for Climate Action the week of Sept. 20 – 27. They are working with the local Citizens Climate Lobby and Tri City Democrats to organize the following events:
Sept. 14 – Mid-Columbia Electric Vehicle Association
Electric Vehicle Show, Richland Library, 955 Northgate Dr. Richland, WA
Sept. 19 – 7:00 p.m. – Citizens Climate Lobby
A Talk: Public Health & Climate Change, Benton/Franklin Health Dept., 7102 W. Okanogan Pl. Kennewick, WA
Sept. 20 – 12 noon – Green Party of the Mid-Columbia
Sign waving/Climate Strike, John Dam Plaza, 815 George Washington Way, Richland, WA.
Sept. 20 – 5:00 p.m. – Citizens Climate Lobby
WSU Rally and Movie “Paris to Pittsburg”, WSU Auditorium, 2710 Crimson Way, Richland, WA.
Sept. 23 – 4:00 p.m. – Tri City Democrats
Sign waving, John Dam Plaza, 815 George Washington Way, Richland, WA
There are Climate Strike events planned Friday in Appleton, Ashland, Baraboo, Eau Claire, Hortonville, Janesville, La Crosse, Madison, Milwaukee and Stevens Point – check out the Youth Climate Action Team WI page for details and join the Global Climate Strike!
If you can't physically attend an event, you can still be a part of the strike, organizers are asking supporters everywhere to strike for 11 minutes in recognition of the fact that we have only 11 years to avert climate catastrophe.
Another important need is to share the #ClimateStrike on social media to help bring this critical message to millions of people who won't see it in the corporate media.
Finally, when you show up Green to your local Climate Strike event, bring along some copies of our excellent Green New Deal flyer that explains why our people and planet need the real Green New Deal - not the watered-down knockoff version.