Join AJWS at the People’s Climate March

Saturday, April 29, 2017
Washington, D.C.

Registration for the climate march is now closed but we welcome you to meet us on the streets in Washington, D.C. Please see below for important details:

GETTING TO D.C.
The People’s Climate March has curated a list of busses going to D.C. To find a bus near you, visit peoplesclimate.org/transportation. Additionally, Hazon has a few spots left on their Shabbat friendly bus between New York and D.C. leaving Friday afternoon and returning Sunday. Reserve your spot here.

MARCH MEETUP LOCATION AND SCHEDULE
AJWS will be marching with a group of faith based organizations under the Keepers of the Faith contingent. We will gather at 11:00 a.m. at 3rd St NW between Madison Dr NW and Jefferson Dr NW. When you arrive at that location, look out for a sign marking the Jewish hub, and for a sign with the AJWS logo. The Keepers of the Faith contingent will share musical offerings, reflections, and an opportunity to mingle. The march will officially begin up Pennsylvania Avenue towards the White House at 12:30 p.m.

OTHER WEEKEND ACTIVITIES
There is no shortage of activities happening in the D.C. area before and after the People’s Climate March:

  • Friday, April 28th, at 6:00 p.m. – following Kabbalat Shabbat services, Robert Bank, President and CEO of AJWS, will be speaking on a panel at Adas Israel on Judaism and Climate Change with Edward Maibach, Professor at George Mason University, Center for Climate Change and Communication. The panel will be moderated by Joelle Novey, Director of Interfaith Power & Light. A kosher and vegetarian dinner will be served. Learn more and register.
  • Saturday, April 28th, at 4:00 p.m. – following the march, Sixth & I Historic synagogue is hosting an open house and dinner. This will be an opportunity to eat, drink, sing and mingle with other marchers. Learn more and register.
  • Learn more about events taking place during the Week of Action.
  • Learn more about faith-based events leading up to the march.

If you have any questions, please contact Neely Grobani at 443-983-5119 (please note: it is very likely that there will be reduced cell service in D.C. on Saturday).