5 Years After Sandy: We Remember, We Resist, We Rise

On the 5th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, New Yorkers will march together to remember the lives lost and the damage incurred from Sandy. We will march to demand bold climate action from Mayor de Blasio, Governor Cuomo, and Senator Schumer.

Our elected officials must protect New Yorkers from climate change and mitigate its impacts – especially on already overburdened communities. New Yorkers cannot wait any longer. We march for climate, jobs, and justice.

Join us in Cadman Plaza Park in Brooklyn (North Plaza) on October 28; we will assemble and march over the Brooklyn Bridge, and then rally at the Smith NYCHA Houses, which were heavily affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Please RSVP through this link if you are coming with WE ACT!


Participating organizations include:

Action Corps NYC
ALIGN (Alliance for a Greater New York)
Alliance for Climate Education (ACE)
Bronx Climate Justice North
Democratic Socialists of America (NYC-DSA)
Divest Invest Network
Empire State Progressives
Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE)
Fifth Avenue Committee (FAC)
Food & Water Watch
Good Old Lower East Side (GOLES)
Granny Peace Brigade
Green America
Hip Hop Caucus
International Socialist Organization (ISO)
Jewish Climate Action Network (JCAN) NYC
Kolot Chayeinu
Make The Road New York
Move Forward Staten Island
Msde Hgts W. Harlem Sanitation Coalition
New York Communities for Change (NYCC)
NY Renews
NYC Environmental Justice Alliance
Peoples Climate Movement NY
Resilient Red Hook
Science for the People
Sierra Club
Sustainable Staten Island
The Climate Mobilization NYC Chapter
The Climate Reality Project New York City Metro Chapter
WE ACT for Environmental Justice
Women’s Enviromental and Development Organization (WEDO)
…with more being added every day!

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