After hurricane Sandy, New Yorkers came together to occupy the biggest climate change disaster to ever hit our city.
This Sunday, February 17th, Americans across the country are coming together in Washington, DC for the biggest climate change rally ever.
There, we will call out the cause of Sandy: The fossil fuel industry, projects like the Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline, and the 1%’s control of global environmental policies.
In NYC? Hop on one of the buses throughout New York City and be a part of history. Buses will be leaving from various locations in New York City
Departing 7am from multiple locations: http://f17nycbusbrigade.wordpress.com.
Reduced fares and scholarships are available on the various buses.
Rockaway Bus Information – Free Buses From YANA
Our friends at YANA (You Are Never Alone), an Occupy Sandy hurricane relief hub, have organized a bus from the Rockaways because they want to make absolutely sure that the voice of Sandy survivors and relief volunteers is heard on February 17th. They will be meeting up in DC with 350.org and a myriad of other groups.
Buses will be departing at 7am from YANA, 112-34 Rockaway Beach Boulevard, at Beach 113th Street.
Sign up and further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
YANA is an inspiring example of community coming together after a climate change disaster to rebuild collaboratively and sustainably. After you sign up to join them in DC, please consider donating to help them get to DC this weekend, and take a look at this short film project about Sandy survivors and volunteers at www.rockaway113.com.
Can’t make it to DC person? Support the #ForwardOnClimate rally in social media.
Let’s make sure the voices of Sandy Survivors and Occupy Sandy relief volunteers are heard beyond any shadow of a doubt.