Greetings SoCal 350 Climate Action Friends!

SoCal 350, Break Free, Los AngelesOn May 14, 2016 Californians will convene in Downtown L.A. for a mass action to stop oil and gas drilling in our neighborhoods.’s activist legend Bill McKibben will be leading the charge, with appearances from NextGen Climate’s Tom Steyer, Activists from Frontline Communities, LA Hip Hop Group Inner City Dwellers, Grammy-Nominated Singer/Actress Antonique Smith, Korean Drummers, and thousands of people from across the state will be there.

Los Angeles is home to the nation’s largest urban oil field in the United States—ground zero of California’s climate fight.


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EVENT: Los Angeles March to Break Free from Fossil Fuels – Saturday, May 14, 1 PM

May 14th – Los Angeles March to Break Free from Fossil Fuels
A mass action to protect Californians from dangerous drilling.

Be Part of History – Join the Largest Climate March in Los Angeles History!

Break Free Los Angeles, SoCal 350

On May 14, 2016 Californians from across the state will taking part in a global wave of resistance to keep fossil fuels in the ground and accelerate the just transition to 100% renewable energy!

We will convene in Downtown Los Angeles, the city that is home to the nation’s largest urban oil field in the country. There will be buses of concerned citizens coming from all over the state. (See transportation options below.) We will demand that our elected leaders put an end to the oil and gas production that threatens people’s health, environment, and future. If California wants to uphold its legacy as a global climate and human rights leader, then we must keep oil and gas in the ground as we work toward establishing a 100% clean energy future.

What: March to Break Free from Fossil Fuels: Our Health, Our Communities, Our Climate

When: Saturday, May 14 at 1:00pm

Where: Downtown Los Angeles (We’ll gather for a rally at City Hall at 1PM, followed by a march through the streets of Downtown L.A.)

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Art Builds: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday,12-9pm, 3000 S Robertson Blvd, Ste 255, West LA –

Climate justice is fundamentally an issue of racial justice, inextricably linked to health, housing, and human rights. This is our chance to bring together the diverse voices of those affected by fossil fuel’s stronghold on California. We will stand together to show that our health, our communities, and our climate are more important than the profits of a greedy industry.

Al Jazeera piece on Los Angeles neighborhood drilling
This May: Break Free from Fossil Fuels