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Student-led North Jersey Climate Strike: Friday, Dec. 6, 2019

Join us as we strike for Clean Air, Clean Water, Renewable Energy, and Justice for All!
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Day of March (12/6/19):

10:00/10:30 AM — Gather at various North Jersey train stations, including Hackensack, Montclair, Morristown, Madison, Maplewood, Hoboken, Jersey City and New Brunswick. We will then take NJ Transit Trains to Newark Broad Street Station. Time depends on location. Go to this link and type in your zip code to find the details for your local train station rally!

Together, hundreds of people stopped the proposed Meadowlands fracked gas power plant (North Bergen). Now, we’re fighting to stop the proposed NJ Transit fracked gas power plant (Meadowlands-Kearny). Imagine using $409 million from a Federal Hurricane Sandy-resilience grant for a power plant that uses fossil fuel! NO WAY! Join the North Jersey Climate Strike and call on Governor Murphy to Say NO NJ Transit power plant and YES to an alternative plan for SOLAR RAIL (with storage batteries and/or other renewables). That’s why some many in NJ will rally and then travel by RAIL on December 6 to the student-led Climate Strike in NEWARK.

10:00 AM –
 Rally at NJ Transit Anderson Street Station. 122 Anderson Street near Linden Avenue, Hackensack. Put in any zipcode in Bergen county to RSVP for the Hackensack rally.
10:30 AM – Board the Pascack Valley Line #1652 at the Anderson Street Station. (Of course you can get on this train at other stations.)
10:49 AM – Arrive at Secaucus Junction. Rally at the turnstiles with Secaucus officials and residents.
11:38 AM – Board the Morris-Essex Line to Broad Avenue, Newark
11:48 AM – Walk 11 minutes to Rutgers-Newark campus. Norman Samuels Plaza, near the Paul Robeson Center for a rally

is very limited at the Anderson Street Station in Hackensack. Some parking on Pangborne Street and then walk. Or carpool, get dropped off, or take a bus to Anderson St. Station.

Tickets can be purchased at the machine or on the NJ Transit app.
One Way Ticket cost: $3.25 for seniors/children (5-11 years), people with disabilities; $7.25 other adults. Help available from planning committee to cover costs over $3.25.
Weather: Bundle up. Hand and toe warmers will be available. Let us know if you want to make a contribution.

12:00 PM
– Meet up and congregate at the Norman Samuels Plaza at Rutgers Newark for the launch. We will prepare our art, participate in songs and chants, create climate ribbons, and get coordinated for the march.

1:00 PM – March to NJ Transit Headquarters. 1 Penn Plaza, across from Newark Penn Station. Picket and Say NO NJ Transit fracked gas power plant. Say Yes to SOLAR RAIL.
1:30-2:30 PM – Rally at Peter Francisco Park. 70 New Jersey Railroad Ave, across from Newark Penn Station. Rally, to demand Clean Air, Clean Water, Clean Energy, and Justice for All. We will expand on our specific sub-demands, share inspiring stories, hear musical performances, chant, and demonstrate.

Here is important information about the Climate Strike events in Newark:
Please share the following links with students, family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors, environmental commissions, and elected officials.

  1. Please share the Facebook page
  2. Please participate in the green ribbon challenge, post a photo of yourself on Instagram or Facebook wearing a green ribbon. Tag 5-10 people and nominate them to do the same (also tag @njclimate coalition). This post is a commitment to participate in a strike!
  3. Please help recruit captains or 3 volunteers! Please send at least 3 volunteers this link: or this link:

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