Spread the word: People’s Climate March, Fri Nov 27

November 24, 2015 at 1:58 pm Leave a comment

Update on People’s Climate March, Fri Nov 27 at 5.30pm
Please Spread the Word! 

Invite friends using the Facebook event or forward this page.

People’s Climate March – Melbourne, Friday November 27 at 5.30pm. State Library of Victoria.

Sign up for the march so organisers can tell the media how many people are coming and send you important updates.

Come at 3.30pm for the rally to Stop the forced closure of Aboriginal communities.

Moreland-related People’s Climate March events:

  • Meet Climate Action Morelanders at 5pm on the south end of the State Library Lawns. Look for our banner
  • Moreland Bicycle Users Group is cycling from Brunswick Mechanics Institute from 4.30. More details here.
  • Friends of CERES. Meet at CERES at 4.45pm and go by tram or bike. More info.

Also check out these feeder events for the Climate March:

  • Trade Unionists will be gathering for a free BBQ beforehand at 3pm, Trades Hall. Bring your kids and get their faces painted! Details here and here.
  • Young people will be gathering from 3pm at Carlton Gardens, cnr Rathdowne and Victoria Sts, Carlton South (TBC). See event
  • Faith groups: 5pm Inter-faith “Farewell to Coal”, forecourt Wesley Church, 148 Lonsdale St. Info here
  • Nuclear Free Bloc are wearing yellow and are meeting near Mr Tulk at 5pm. See event
  • Nurses and midwives: 5pm at cnr Swanston and Lt. Lonsdale Sts. More info
  • Grassroots Climate groups: Gather at the southern side of the State Library from about 4.30pm.
  • Health and Science community: wear scrubs, a lab coat or something white – meet at 5pm outside the State Library
  • Martial artists: Check out Facebook event.
  • Singers and choirs: meet at 4.30pm on grass outside State Library
  • Meditators: Every day in week leading up to the Climate March, a group of meditators gather in front of the State Library. More info.

Sing for the Climate

This song will be sung at the rally. It is to the tune of Bella Ciao. There are lots of version at singfortheclimate.com Or check out this great Youtube clip. Here are the lyrics.

 We need to wake up
We need to wise up
We need to open our eyes
And do it now now now
We need to build a better future
And we need to start right now

We’re on a planet
That has a problem
We’ve got to solve it, get involved
And do it now now now
We need to build a better future
And we need to start right now

Make it greener
Make it cleaner
Make it last, make it fast
and do it now now now
We need to build a better future
And we need to start right now

No point in waiting
Or hesitating
We must get wise, take no more lies
And do it now now now
We need to build a better future
And we need to start right now

 

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