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Global Climate Strike

Global Climate Strike - Vancouver

Friday, September 27, 1:00 PM
Vancouver City Hall
453 W12th
Vancouver, V5Y1V4, Canada
On September 27th, we will stand together with people across the planet to demand climate justice. This global strike is not limited to youth, but instead welcomes EVERYONE. We encourage you to leave school, work, or home and put your daily tasks to the side in order to demonstrate the necessity of drastic action against the climate crisis. Whatever you are standing for (Mother Nature, your grandchildren, the Green New Deal) or against (TMX, carbon emissions, deforestation)–this event is for you. We want to bring Vancouver, its surrounding areas and the rest of BC together to show our local and federal governments how much bolder we need them to be going forward. This action will be key as we head toward the federal election, and we encourage you to take to the streets and spread the word as far as possible. More information will be added as it is finalized. ______________ DETAILS TO COME DETAILS TO COME Event Specifics: Start Location: Vancouver City Hall March Route: Across Cambie Street Bridge End Location: West Georgia Street and Hamilton Street Start Time: 1 pm End Time: Approximately 5 pm Accessibility Notes: Week of Action Challenge: Week of Action Event: ________________ Thank you to all the businesses and organizations that have committed to supporting us. If your organization would like to attend the event or support in some capacity please submit this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeCrS0sg0wDuYDw5y7Wp9frbLN9ulhGoDEHimSrAjLvKK3eFg/viewform For University groups or departments looking to support or attend, please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScG7f5iG8Awv42VXM1ObBf1mCav76Tn1TQAW5WfHqw1iNVsYQ/viewform We acknowledge that this gathering will take place on the unceded, traditional, ancestral and occupied homelands of the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh). For those who are non-Indigenous, our presence on these lands is an ongoing act of colonization. When we acknowledge these territories, we also acknowledge our responsibility to centre and support Indigenous sovereignty in all our organizing.