The Peoples Climate March Lineup

Presenting an alternative to Trump’s disastrous agenda

Wondering where to be when the march starts?

Our movements resist injustice in different ways and for different reasons. But no matter what brings us into this fight, we’re united in the need to protect our climate, create good-paying jobs, and build a more just world. On the 100th day of Trump's presidency, our march will celebrate both the diversity of our movements and demonstrate our unity in the face of Trump's attempts to divide us.

There will be eight blocs in the march, and you can see how they fit into the assembly area below. On the day of the march, there will be trained marshals, signs, and art that will help you find your spot and communicate the vision of each block. If you're looking to march with a specific contingent, please show up early and stay flexible because the march is going to be great wherever you are! If you’re not sure where to line up, come to 3rd St and Jefferson Dr SW. No matter where you march, it’ll be an exciting day.

Line-up will start at 11am (see the full march schedule).

1. Protectors of Justice

The frontlines of crisis are the forefront of change. It takes roots to grow the resistance.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Indigenous, Frontline Environmental and Climate Justice Communities

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  • Native Youth and Youth of Color Representatives
  • Sunrise Ceremony Native/ Indigenous Women’s Delegation
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Local DC People of Color Delegation
  • Black Lives Matter
  • National Frontlines Communities

Pennsylvania Ave NW between 6th and Constitution Ave NW

Metro:
Green to Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter
Red to Judiciary Square
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

2. Creators of Sanctuary

We stand up for every person’s right to live their lives peacefully with their families and communities.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Immigrants, LGBTQI, Women, Latinos, Waterkeepers, Food Sovereignty and Land Rights

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  • Immigrants
  • Migrant Rights
  • Refugee Rights
  • LGBTQI
  • Women for Climate Action
  • Waterkeeper, Riverkeepers & Ocean-Protectors
  • Food Sovereignty & Food Justice
  • Land Rights

4th St NW and Constitution Ave NW

Metro:
Green to Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter
Red to Judiciary Square
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

3. Builders of Democracy

We stand with those who are the pillars of our democratic institutions.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Labor, Government Workers, Voting Rights and Democracy organizations

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  • Labor
  • Elected Officials
  • Political Parties
  • Media Orgs
  • Government Workers
  • Voting Rights
  • Democracy Organizations

Constitution Ave NW between 3rd St NW and 4th St NW, in front of the National Gallery of Art

Metro:
Green to Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter
Red to Judiciary Square
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

4. Guardians of the Future

All ages are united to fight for the lives of future generations.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Kids, Parents, Elders, Youth, Students and Peace Activists

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  • Kids and Parents
  • Elders and Grandparents
  • Youth and Students
  • Peace & Justice

3rd St NW between Pennsylvania Ave NW and Madison Dr NW

Metro:
Red to Union Station
Green Blue Orange Silver to L'Enfant Plaza
Blue Orange Silver to Federal Center SW
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5. Defenders of Truth

We defend the facts and promote scientific learning in service of humanity.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Scientists, Educators, Technologists and Health Community

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  • Scientists
  • Health Community
  • Educators
  • Technologists

3rd St NW and Madison Dr NW

Metro:
Red to Union Station
Green Blue Orange Silver to L'Enfant Plaza
Blue Orange Silver to Federal Center SW
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

6. Keepers of Faith

All faiths respect the earth. Stewardship of our planet is a moral duty.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Religious and Interfaith groups

3rd St NW between Madison Dr NW and Jefferson Dr SW

Metro:
Red to Union Station
Green Blue Orange Silver to L'Enfant Plaza
Blue Orange Silver to Federal Center SW
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

7. Reshapers of Power

We resist corporate greed. We demand an energy economy powered by and for the people.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Anti-Corporate, Anti-Nuclear, Fossil Fuel Resistance, Renewable Energy and Transportation

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  • Economic Justice
  • Fossil Fuel Resistance
  • Anti-Nuclear
  • Renewable Energy
  • Bicycling and Transportation

Jefferson Dr SW between 3rd St NW and 4th St NW

Metro:
Red to Union Station
Green Blue Orange Silver to L'Enfant Plaza
Blue Orange Silver to Federal Center SW
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

8. Many Struggles, One Home

Together we will defend all that we love.

Contingent Assembly Location Transportation

Environmentalists, Climate Activists and more

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  • Environmentalists, climate activists
  • Business community
  • and the rest of us

Jefferson Dr SW between 4th St NW and 7th St NW

Metro:
Red to Union Station
Green Blue Orange Silver to L'Enfant Plaza
Blue Orange Silver to Federal Center SW
Find more transportation options with WMATA's trip planner.

You are encouraged to choose for yourself where it makes sense for you and your group to march. All of the contingents except for the front section, Protectors of Justice, are open for other groups to join. We ask that you be flexible where you end up marching — especially if you are coming in on a bus. If you can’t find the bloc you were hoping to join, that’s okay. We're all fighting for justice together, and it will be a great day no matter where we line up.

Please note: Individual groups and organizations are not assigned a meet up location. Instead, we ask that you find the contingent that your group falls under and gather in that contingent's assigned area (for instance, instead of listing specific universities, campus groups will gather under the “youth” contingent).

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