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  • Saturday, September 20, 2014 at 01:00 PM

    Southern California Action in Solidarity with the People's Climate March in NYC!

    SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA CLIMATE CHANGE PROTEST in Solidarity with the People's Climate March in NYC!

    WHAT:      A Southern California Climate Demonstration!
    WHEN:     Saturday, September 20, 2014, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
    WHERE:    Wilshire Blvd, between Alvarado and Wilton
          Pick a corner, pick a block! View our website map at: 
    Choose a corner, intersection, or block along Wilshire, fill out the brief form on the website and hit submit:

    Inform your members, make plans, signs, and materials, then outreach to everyone you know!
                       -- More than one group can choose the same location,  even create a shared zone or activity!  
                       -- OR, you can sign up as an individual, even create a cluster name, inviting friends to join you!  
                       -- OR, if you can't commit to coming to a given location, Endorse your support at the website!
                       -- OR, you don't have to sign up, just come down to Wilshire Sept20, joining everyone there!
                      Be a building block against climate change! Sign up today! And help spread the word!

    WHY:         In solidarity with the People’s Climate March in New YorkCity, demanding that world leaders 
                      meeting at a special U.N Climate Summit, implement policies to Stop Climate Change Now!

    WHO:        Launched by the Converging Storms Action Network. Sponsored by all participating groups 
                      and individuals. For more information, contact:

    ABOUT THIS EVENT: On Saturday, September 20, Southern California will join tens of thousands of 
    people demonstrating in the People's Climate March in New York City against climate change. A broad array of organizations and groups, friends and families, coworkers and communities will gather along Wilshire Blvd. in a chain of interlinking "Building Blocks" of protest. Diverse groups and individuals will each create their part of a network of protests (like overlapping neighborhood vigils or sidewalk picket lines) extending block after adjacent block between Alvarado and Wilton.

    This is a new kind of demonstration: a no-frills, grassroots, decentralized, self-organizing, multi-group, multi-block mobilization! Each group will gather at their chosen corner, block, intersection, or series of blocks along Wilshire between Alvarado and Wilton. (Sign up for your location on our website today!) And each group can choose where to gather and 
    what to say, bringing their own signs, slogans, banners, flyers, approach. In this way, groups retain the kind of grassroots autonomy and diversity found in LA’s vigil movement. Yet the groups also will combine efforts in a non-virtual, face-to-face, feet-on-the-ground, simultaneous “sidewalk step-out,” raising our voices at the same time and place around the same issue: Together, we will demand that world leaders  -- meeting in New York at a special Climate Summit -- implement the policies needed to Stop Climate Change Now!

  • Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 08:30 AM

    People's Climate March

    This is an invitation to save the world. 

    In September, world leaders are coming to New York City for a historic summit on climate change. With our future on the line and the whole world watching, we’ll take a stand to bend the course of history.

    Together, we’ll take to the streets to demand the world we know is within our reach: a world with an economy that works for people and the planet. A world safe from the ravages of climate change. A world with good jobs, clean air, and healthy communities for everyone. A world free from the pollutants of war. An economy focused on improving the lives of all, rather than the building of toxic war machines.

    Join us on Sunday, September 21st, because to change the world we need everyone on board.

    As the CODEPINK crew, we'll gather at 8:30am for coffee, croissants, and connecting (RSVP for location) before joining the Peace, Justice & Climate Rally just off of Central Park West from 10am - 11:30am.  Speakers at the Peace, Justice and Climate rally will include Medea Benjamin, Bill McKibben, Erica Violet Lee, Margaret Stevens, Tom Hayden, and Fr. John Dear.  After the rally the CODEPINK Crew along with the rest of the Peace Table will join the larger march at Columbus Circle to carry our message that war is destroying the planet.

    Bring your walking shoes!!  Starting at Columbus Circle, the march will head south along 6th Avenue, before turning west on 42nd street and then south on 11th Avenue.  At the culmination of the march we will participate in building the Climate Ribbon. The Climate Ribbon will be a massive installation and ritual space to grieve what each of us stands to lose to Climate Chaos, and affirm our solidarity as we unite to fight against it. 

    RSVP here to change the world now.
    Join the Facebook event page for updates.
    For a list of events leading up to this soon to be historic day check out our Climate March Calendar.

    See you in the streets! 

    Alli, Anastasia, Holly, Jodie, Janet, Jes, Medea, Nada, Nathan, Nancy, Sophia, and Tighe.

  • Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 12:00 PM · $15.00 USD · 1 rsvp
    The IMAN Cultural Center in Los Angeles , CA




    Join your favorite LA Codepinkers at Peace Sunday 2014 in Los Angeles! Every Human Being has a right to Peace!

    PEACE SUNDAY FESTIVAL 2014 organized by Unity-and-Diversity World Council
    UN International Day of Peace

    Doors Open at 9:00 AM
    Interfaith Service Starts at 10:00 AM
    Lunch at Noon
    Program with Speakers - 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

    Day Pass: $10 in Advance - $15 at the Door - Students $5
    Free Parking

    A Day of Celebration & Action on International Day of Peace
    Outdoor exhibits and activities for all ages throughout the day include an
    exhibition of student artwork, essays & poems; booths/vendors; performances.
    Indoor programs in the main hall: Morning Interfaith Service and Afternoon
    Program with keynote speakers & performers including:
    Marianne Williamson, Stephen Longfellow Fiske, Aqeela Sherrills, Yuval Ron
    Trio, International Peace Choir, World Peace Prayer & Flag Ceremony

    Sponsoring Organizations
    IMAN Cultural Center, International Day of Peace NGO Committee, United
    Nations Association Pacific-Los Angeles Chapter, The Peace Alliance, Student
    Peace Alliance, Youth Promise Action, Brahma Kumaris Los Angeles,
    Compassionate California, Compassion Games International, I Am Jerusalem,
    Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, The Raoul Wallenberg
    Institute for Ethics, Southern California Committee for a Parliament of the
    World's Religions, SARAH, United Religions Initiative, World Interfaith
    Harmony Film Festival, Culver City Area Interfaith Alliance, Vedanta Society
    of Southern California, Institute of Noetic Sciences-Los Angeles, Fiske

    For More Details Visit: www.PeaceSunday.or