nyc nyc, June 22, 2014

People’s Climate March Big Organizing Meeting
Tuesday, July 1st      6 – 8:30pm

The New School – Old Tishman Auditorium
66 West 12th St., between 5th and 6th Ave. in Manhattan

On May 20th, 250 people packed our 1st Organizing Meeting for the People’s Climate March in September. If you were there you’ll recall the energy, enthusiasm and commitment to get the work done that filled the room. It’s time to meet again, and this time to make the meeting even bigger!

Mark your calendars now, and rsvp by clicking here. If you cannot come to the meeting but want to be on our email list, click here.

Join us on July 1st when we will:

  • share important updates about our plans for People’s Climate March and the support that’s growing ever day
  • focus on the priority work for the next few months
  • spend most of our time in constituency-based break out groups for in-depth discussions about outreach to as many communities as possible
  • offer an opportunity for people new to the issues to learn more and get involved

Just as importantly, help spread the word. Ask any group you are connected with to join this effort and send someone to the July 1st meeting. Share this message with your organizational and individual email lists. Bring your friends to the meeting with you!  Don’t forget to rsvp!

See you on July 1st at this important next step toward the People’s Climate March.

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