February 16, 2013

Help Clean Up Our Climate!

Join thousands of others for the largest climate rally in American History this Sunday.

From Moms Clean Air Force:

Forward On Climate Rally, the largest climate rally in American history, is on Sunday, February 17. Moms Clean Air ForceClimate Parents and thousands of Americans will head to Washington, D.C. to make Forward on Climate a huge historic event.

Please join us in telling the President it’s time to fire up a clean energy future and provide us with a plan for climate change. Pres. Barack Obama’s legacy will rest squarely on his response, resolve, and leadership in solving the climate crisis. Forward On Climate Rally will feature critical action, inspiring speakers, and a march to the President’s doorstep to tell him our children’s future matters and we can’t afford to wait any longer.

Parents, kids: WATCH this inspiring video, TAKE ACTION and JOIN US in making your voice heard in Washington!

>>What: Forward On Climate Rally, the largest climate rally in U.S. history

>>When: February 17, 2013, 11am-4pm

>>Where: the National Mall, Washington D.C.

>>Pre-Rally Meet-up: MCAF will gather at 11am in the American History Smithsonian before joining the rally. We will be on the ground level near the Constitution entrance. Parents can grab coffee and the kids can visit C3PO before heading to the rally.

>>Rally: The rally will run noon – 4:00 pm. The crowd will gather at 15th and Constitution (at the northeast corner of the Washington Monument) before marching up to the White House and back down to 15th and Constitution.

>>MCAF Contact: Gretchen Alfonso: (305) 606-6160

>>For more information:www.ForwardonClimate.org



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