To Change Everything, We Need Everyone

“Poison water, Poison air, we get sick and they don’t care.”
“We increase our planet’s peril … every time we pump a barrel.”
“We are unstoppable! Another world is possible!”
“No exchanges no refunds, environmental damage can’t be undone!”
“What do we want? CLIMATE JUSTICE! When do we want it? NOW!”
“When our planet’s under attack, what do we do? Stand up fight back!”
“Every time we drill and frack … we give the climate another whack.”
“It’s about time we got around to having this march”
"Exxon Mobil, BP, Shell, send those bastards back to hell!"

The People's Climate March was held on September 21 in New York City. Over 400,000 people marched to protest a history of inaction from international leaders on climate change. Their voices were joined by thousands more in marches in cities across the globe, united against the status quo of corporate greed and climate devastation. In the NYC March alone, over 15,000 organizations and 50,000 college students participated, bringing with them a host of ideas and debates for climate justice. People represented included indigenous communities, environmental justice groups, labor groups, students, water justice groups, environmental organizations, anti-corporate campaigns, peace and justice campaigns, scientists, community groups, LGBTQ groups and more.

You can check out more photos of the march here.