Saturday, September 21, 12:00 PM Battery ParkWHEN: Noon to 3 pm, Saturday, September 21 WHERE:12 noon, Rally in Battery Park - 1 pm, March to South Street Seaport. Wear Blue! Be part of a symbolic human water surge—dress in blue; wear your ponchos and rainboots; help carry a giant symbolic pipeline, posters, banners and signs SPECIAL PERFORMANCE by JONNY DUBOWSKY! SPEAKERS: Josh Fox, Director of “Gasland” and “Gasland 2;” author Bill Hewitt, City Councilwomen Gail Brewer and Helen Rosenthal; Sean Sweeney of the Cornell Global Labor Institute; as well as representatives from 350NYC, New York State Nurses Association, NYU Divest, System Change Not Climate Change, and Occupy the Pipeline. VISUALS: A chalk line across lower Manhattan marking the projected sea level rise by 2100, a 36-foot papier-mâché pipeline, thousands of climate activists dressed in blue. WHO: 350NYC, 350NJ, Occupy the Pipeline, United for Action, Food & Water Watch, Greater NYC for Change, Global Kids, Credo, NYSNA, Sane Energy, and System Change Not Climate Change and a large coalition of New York environmental groups on this national day of speaking out sponsored by 350.org. Calling on all New Yorkers to take to the streets to demand that President Obama deny the permit for Keystone XL tar sands pipeline in the most widespread day of action to date in the campaign to stop the disastrous project. A broad coalition of groups will march through Manhattan’s financial district to oppose Keystone XL and other local fossil fuel infrastructure, such as the Spectra and Rockaway Pipelines and the proposed Port Ambrose liquefied natural gas terminal. . Rally and March as we “Draw the Line” on destructive extraction and pipeline projects that contribute to climate change, rising sea levels, and ongoing financial and social costs in our region. New York City artists will take the lead in dynamic street theater, puppetry, song and chant, and a special street art project conceived for this event by Radical Art Initiative that literally “draws the line” and graphically illustrates expanding flood areas in Lower Manhattan.New York, NY 10004You'll be able to see the exact address and contact the event host after you RSVP.