While some were organizing tea parties all across the nation to speak out against bailouts, a looming 3.6 trillion dollar budget and this nations march towards socialism, others were organizing civil disobedience in protest of climate change.
A national coalition of more than 40 environmental, public health, labor, social justice, faith-based, and other advocacy groups on Feb. 3 announced plans to engage in civil disobedience at the Capitol Power Plant in Washington D.C. on the afternoon of March 2. The Capitol Climate Action (CCA), the largest mass mobilization on global warming in the country’s history, reflects the growing public demand for bold action to address the climate and energy crises.
March 2nd… hey whudda know, that’s today.
Let’s check the weather.
Up to 7 inches of snow was expected through Monday morning in areas of Maryland, northern Virginia and Washington, D.C., where Mayor Adrian Fenty declared a snow emergency.
Guess you’ll have to break out the parkas for this particular protest.