Join the People’s Climate Movement Los Angeles at Banning Park in Wilmington and march to the Tesoro Refinery this April 29th in SOLIDARITY with a march in Washington, D.C. and across the country to stand up for our communities and climate.


WHEN: Saturday, April 29, 2017, 11 AM Gather/12:30 PM March

WHERE: Banning Park and Recreation Center, 1331 Eubank Avenue at Pacific Coast Highway, Wilmington, CA (L.A. Harbor Area) 90744, March to Tesoro Refinery, 2101 East Pacific Coast Highway, Wilmington, CA 90744. SEE BELOW FOR TRANSPORTATION INFO!

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STAND UP FOR HEALTHY SoCal! WE MUST SUPPORT our local neighborhoods in Wilmington, Carson, Long Beach, San Pedro, and more with the worst air quality in the United States. Say NO to sacrifice zones! Say NO to environmental racism where multinational oil companies profit while communities must bear the burden of contamination, illness, noise, and risks of explosions and spills.

RESIST THE WEST COAST TAR SANDS/BAKKEN CRUDE OIL INVASION! Standing Rock Really is Everywhere, and through a mix of leaky pipelines, exploding oil trains, risky tanker ships, the Trump Administration, led by his fossil fueled cabinet, plans to ship THE DIRTIEST CRUDE IN THE WORLD into OUR Los Angeles Harbor for storage and processing, then to be exported to the world, irreparably advancing destabilization of the global climate.

STOP THE TESORO-BP REFINERY MERGER! Big Oil’s plans to get bigger would create the largest DIRTY oil processing facility on the West Coast, doubling crude storage tanks for 3.4 million barrels, using caustic and carcinogenic chemicals with explosion and toxic release risks, and deficient environmental review by the South Coast Air Quality Management District.

We must break this deadly addiction to crude oil and transition NOW to an equitable and sustainable 100% clean renewable energy economy with better jobs and healthier communities.

Supporting Organizations

350 Conejo/San Fernando Valley
Actionism LA
Asian Pacific Planning and Policy Council (A3PCON) – Environmental Justice Committee
American Indian Movement (AIM) Southern California
ANSWER Coalition
Biodiesel Coop of Los Angeles
Burbank Green Alliance
California for Progress
California Interfaith Power & Light
California Nurses Association
California Safe Schools
Center for Biological Diversity
Citizens Climate Lobby – Pasadena Foothills
City Lights
Climate Action Santa Monica
Climate Hawks Vote
Climate Reality
Climate Resolve
Coalition for Educational Justice/Students Deserve
Coalition for Good Jobs and a Healthy Community
Coalition to Stop Seabed Mining
Collaborative for Urban Agroecology
Communities for a Better Environment
Converging Storms Action Network
Democratic Socialists of America – Long Beach
Earth Protect
East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice
Fight Climate Denial
Food & Water Watch
Green Party of Los Angeles County (GPLAC)
Harry Bridges Institute/Just Transition Committee
Hunger Action Los Angeles
Idle No More Los Angeles
Indivisible San Pedro
Lideres Independientes
Long Beach 350
Long Beach United
Los Angeles League of Conservation Voters
Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust
March and Rally Los Angeles
Mujeres Unidas: Womyn of Wilmington
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC)
NextGen Climate
Pacoima Beautiful
Pando Populus
Paramount Community Coalition Against Toxins
Physicians for Social Responsibility – Los Angeles
Planet Rehab
Progressive Christians Uniting
Residents Organized for a Safe Environment (ROSE)
Resource Generation LA
Sacred Places Institute for Indigenous People
San Pedro Neighbors for Peace and Justice
Semillas del Pueblo
SoCal 350 Climate Action
South Bay Los Angeles 350 Climate Action Group
South Central Youth Leadership Coalition
Stop Fracking Long Beach
Tar Sands Action SoCal
The California Endowment
United Residents of Southeast LA
Wica Agli

History of the People’s Climate Movement

Over two years ago on 9/20/14, Hundreds of Los Angelenos took to the streets in solidarity with 400,000 in New York to demand a world with an economy that works for people and the planet, safe from the ravages of climate change, with good jobs, clean air and water, and healthy communities.

We demanded that President Barack Obama take action for climate justice. Workers, students, human rights leaders, frontline communities, Indigenous communities: we acted together to send a message so powerful and unified the world could not ignore it. And neither could President Obama. He listened [if not close enough], and he began to lead. Now, Donald Trump’s election threatens the future of our planet, the safety of our communities, and the health of our families.

Facing the looming threat of a President who denies the reality of climate change, and openly attacks women, people of color, immigrants, Muslims, people with disabilities, LGBTQ people, workers, and so many more, we need to stand up and take action to protect everything and everyone we love.

Peoples Climate Los Angeles, SoCal 350

Just before the 100th day of the Trump Administration, people will come together for a massive march in Washington, D.C., and, once again, we’ll be marching right here in Southern California. We will march for our families. We will march for our air, our water, and our land. We will march for clean energy jobs and climate justice. We will march for our communities and the people we love. And we will be louder and stronger than ever before.


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