After the Elections, What Path Forward Toward Climate Justice and Progressive Change?

Join us for an evening with Larry Hamm, Chair of the People’s Organization for Progress on Tuesday, November 15th at Brookdale Reformed Church: 16 Bellevue Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ.

Divest from fossil fuels!!!



Updates – Page 2

Annual Labor Day Parade, Haledon, NJ – September 5th, 2021

On September 5th, 2021, 350NJ-Rockland supporters and the Solidarity Singers sang labor songs on a float at the Annual Labor Day Parade in Haledon, NJ.

It was co-sponsored by the American Labor Museum/Botto House (a national landmark) and the Borough …


March On For Voting Rights, Washington D.C. – August 28, 2021

Thousands of people gathered in Washington D.C. on August 28, 2021 to protest voter suppression laws being passed in states across the country that will particularly affect voters of color and young voters in Republican-led states. Sister marches took place …


2021 Walk for Our Grandchildren – June 20th – 28th, 2021

Ted Glick (350NJ-R President) and Jane Califf (350NJ-R Steering Group Member) took part of a group of grandparents and their allies traveling from Scranton, PA to Wilmington, Delaware to urge the Biden administration to take BOLD climate action.

From June

350NJ-R Protests BlackRock and Chase – March 5th, 2021

On Wednesday, March 5, two 350NJ-R Steering Group members joined a Stop The Money Pipeline (STMP) in a NYC protest at BlackRock and Chase.  STMP seeks to get investment houses, banks, insurers, and pension funds to withdraw their support from


Roseland Against the Compressor Station – January 19th, 2021

Roseland Against the Compressor Station, supported by members of 350NJ-Rockland, had a good action in front of the Roseland, NJ gas compressor station that we’ve been fighting since 2013. After holding signs and getting lots of supportive honks, more than …


Roseland Vigil – October 5th, 2020

350NJ-R President Ted Glick along with other demonstrators hold signs next to the Roseland gas compressor station on October 5, 2020. This was the start-up of a monthly vigil, the first Monday of each month after a suspension of it …