Join the March for Fossil Fuel Freedom, ending with a rally and nonviolent direct action at the San Francisco headquarters of Big Oil’s favorite banker, Oily Wells (Fargo). The direct action will be the conclusion of a three-day, 34-mile march from Palo Alto to San Francisco.
Indigenous people and other faith leaders will lead the march in prayer and contemplation. The march will make twelve “stagecoach stops” along the way – one for every year that remains to take urgent action on climate change – and arrive at the bank’s world headquarters just in time to crash their annual founding day celebration. Marchers are welcome to join for the entire length or portions of the route that meet their abilities and availabilities. (“Day trippers” are welcome!)
The direct action will underscore the seriousness of the climate crisis and the strength of our resolve to combat it.
Sign up to participate in direct action
— by risking arrest or by playing a supporting role (such as jail support, police liaison, social media person, etc.)
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Volunteer to help prepare for the march
March 9, 10 AM – 4 PM
911 Riverside Dr., San Jose
Training in nonviolent direct action (please attend if you plan to participate)
March 2, 10 AM – 1 PM
Friends Meeting House, 957 Colorado Ave, Palo Alto 94303
March 10, 1 – 4 PM
Omni Commons, 4799 Shattuck Ave, Oakland, CA 94609
Saturday morning, March 16 – Monday afternoon, March 18
March will start in Palo Alto, at PF Chang’s parking lot, in the Stanford Shopping Center, corner of El Camino Real and Quarry Road. The march continues north on El Camino until it becomes Mission Street in South San Francisco, and continues straight into downtown San Francisco. with overnight stays in Burlingame and San Francisco’s Excelsior District.
RALLY AND DIRECT ACTION AT OILY WELLS
(including a performance by the San Francisco Mime Troupe)
Monday, March 18, noon
Meet at Montgomery BART Plaza
598 Market St., San Francisco
The March for Fossil Fuel Freedom is hosted by 350 Silicon Valley and cosponsored by the Sierra Club, Sunflower Alliance, Service Employees International Union Local 1021, 350 Bay Area, Idle No More SF, and more.