"Draw the *SECOND* Line"

NATIONAL DAY OF ACTION

RAIN or SHINE: bring your UMBRELLAS

Bill McKibben: On Sept. 21st, Draw the Line on Keystone XL
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"Draw the *SECOND* Line"

Saturday, Sep. 21st 2013 at 2-5pm

1 Canal St

New Orleans, LA

Saturday, September 21st

Climate change is a very serious threat to NOLA and coastal Louisiana. Rising sea levels and stronger and more powerful storms don't bode well for the future of our city.

On this NATIONAL day of action we're taking a stand against the fossil fuel industry to save our coast and combat the climate crisis!

350 NOLA is partnering with Tulane Green Club and various other environmental groups around NOLA to participate in 350.org's coast-to-coast day of action to "Draw the Line" on Keystone XL.

Tulane University will provide students with transportation to and from the event.


Lagniappe Brass Band
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Agenda

2PM -- lineup at Woldenberg Park

2:30PM -- second line begins, marches through the FQ

3:30PM - 4:30PM -- Speakers at Congo Square

  1. Bishop Shelton Fabre
  2. Reverend Jim VanderWeele
  3. Scott Eustis (Gulf Restoration Network)
  4. Cherri Foytlin (Gulf Coast activist)
  5. Annie Williams (Alliance for Affordable Energy)



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