March with MNIPL
There are so many movement building moments happening this month and we want to be sure you're there with all the details you need to make the most of these opportunities.
We encourage you to bring banners and signs to represent your faith community and show the powerful movement of people of faith standing together for climate justice!
Kids Climate March, April 22nd
This Earth Day, kids will lead the way on climate action at the Kids Climate March! Young people are on the global frontline of climate change because they will experience more severe climate impacts than their parents and grandparents. Kids know climate change is real, they know it's human caused, and they're ready for people in power to take action. RSVP on this form and on Facebook.
March for Science Minnesota, April 22nd
11am, Cathedral Hill Park, 215 Summit Ave, St Paul
The Kids Climate March is partnering with the March for Science Minnesota happening that same day. So we’ll kick off the kids march at the Science Museum of Minnesota, and then we’ll march through downtown St. Paul and merge with the science march where the kids will lead our marches to the Capitol! Find all the details here.
People's Climate March, April 29th
At the end of the first 100 days of this new administration, April 29th, we will march on Washington. Similar to the 2014 People’s Climate March in NYC, we will gather to send a global call to action. We will march for our families, our air, our water, and our land. We will march for clean energy jobs and justice.
1pm, Leif Erikson Park
Join the MNIPL Arrowhead Regional Network for People's Climate March Duluth! Meet up at Leif Erikson Park then march along Lakewalk to Lake Place Park (<¾ mile). Find all the details here.
2pm at the Federal Building, Downtown Minneapolis
Unable to make it to DC? Join us on and march on April 29th as we resist, build, and rise in the face of the threats to our communities. We'll be starting at 2pm at the Federal Building in downtown Minneapolis for a march and rally through downtown. Find all the details here.
Hundreds of Minnesotans are making the trip to DC to stand in solidarity with those on the frontlines of the climate crisis, and to make our voices heard loud and clear at the gates of the White House. Buses will depart from Minneapolis, St Peter, Mankato, and Rochester. Get your bus ticket! In Greater MN? Fill out this interest form and if we get enough interest we will charter a bus from your town! For more information, FAQs, and ticketing click here.