Peoples Climate March

On the 100th Day of the Trump administration, we will be in the streets of Washington D.C. to show the world and our leaders that we will resist attacks on our people, our communities and our planet.PCM350IG

We will come together from across the United States. We will bring our solutions to the climate crisis, the problems that affect our communities and the threats to peace, and we will demand action from our leaders.

Show your support and RSVP for the Peoples Climate March! There are buses leaving for D.C. from Southwest Philadelphia and Broomall. Other transportation information for the DC march is available here.

There will also be sister marches around the country, including one in Philadelphia.

Thousands of Jews Participate in People’s Climate March

— by Mirele Goldsmith

Thousands of Jews participated in the People’s Climate March, which drew more than 300,000 individuals to the streets of Manhattan on Sunday, September 21.

More than 100 Jewish groups, including The Philadelphia Jewish Voice, signed on as partner organizations, and hundreds of Jews blew the shofar, ram’s horn, traditionally sounded as a call to repentance on Rosh Hashanah.


Photo by Jon Leiner.

Rabbi Arthur Waskow of The Shalom Center spoke at the rally for faith groups at the start of the march, which was timed to send a strong message to world leaders meeting for a climate summit at the U.N. this week, that people around the world want strong action to reduce emissions from fossil fuels and support a transition to clean, renewable energy.

Auburn Theological Seminary built a 26-foot long diesel-powered Noah’s Ark. Jewish representatives on board the ark included Jewish Council for Public Affairs’s Rabbi Steve Gutow, the National Council Jewish of Women’s Nancy Kaufman, and Hazon’s Nigel Savage.


Photo by Jon Leiner.