March on Washington, DC

April 29, 2017

Sign up with JCAN at the People's Climate Mobilization (the same coalition that brought 500,000 people to New York in September 2014) Those who can't come to Washington can attend events in Massachusetts, including a rally at the State House in Boston.

Getting there

Get bus tickets to Washington, DC for the march, with 350ma. Purchase now, as prices are likely to go up after March 25.

Download the 350ma flyer for the march.

For Rabbis and other leaders

D'var Torah points to make for Earth Day and the Climate March, by Hazon


Ancient Wisdom for Contemporary Challenges

Tuesday, March 28, 3-4 pm ET
How Rabbinic Treatment of the Commons Can Inform Our Engagement With the Environment

Hazon's Rabbis' Learning Initiative call:
Study together with Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin, a Baltimore community rabbi and longtime environmental leader.
RSVP to rabbinicalcouncil@hazon.org by Friday, March 24.

How to Talk About Climate Change in Your Congregation

Wednesday, March 29, 1-2 pm ET
Jewish Hub of the People’s Climate Movement Shabbat
Join Reform, Conservative, and Orthodox Rabbis Warren Stone, Nina Beth Cardin, Garth Silverstein, and David Jaffe, facilitated by Katy Allen of JCAN, in an exploration of how to address climate change as a pressing issue in your congregations, with questions being taken from
participants.
 

More opportunities

Save the date for an exciting Jewish environmental lobbying retreat at the Pearlstone Center on April 26-27. Lobby your representatives on climate policy!

Get on the weekly Jewish Hub calls: email jewsforcleanenergy@gmail.com and ask to be added.

PCM invites people to add faith-related climate events they are planning at home.

Resources about the march are available at Interfaith Power & Light.