Join Bishop Bud Cederholm – People’s Climate March in Washington

Bishop Bud Cederholm is planning to attend the People’s Climate March in Washington, D.C. on April 29, and he has heard from several Episcopalians planning to march in Washington or Boston. Click below to learning more about the march or book your spot on one of several buses traveling from Massachusetts to D.C. (Let us know in the comments if you are planning to attend one of these marches!)

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On April 29, people from all over the country will come together for a powerful mobilization to fight back against Trump and Congress’ attacks on our climate, our communities, and our jobs.

A local coalition of labor unions, environmental justice groups, faith organizations, youth groups, and climate activism groups is coming together to send hundreds of people from the Boston area to the People’s Climate Mobilization on April 29 in Washington, DC. We’re joining forces because we think this could be a transformative moment for the Massachusetts climate movement. We share a powerful vision: together, we want to build a forceful, justice-centered movement that lifts up the voices and leadership of those most affected by climate change. Our work together is grounded in the Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing.

We want to make sure EVERYONE who wants to can go to this exciting march! Sign up here to go to DC, or donate a ticket to help others attend.

Buy your ticket NOW — regular bus tickets will go up from $85 to $110 after March 24!

If you can’t go to Washington, DC, on April 29, but want to stand up for our climate, stay tuned for details on a sister action in Boston on that day.



  • Our buses will depart around 10PM for Washington D.C. on the evening of Friday, April 28, arriving in Washington D.C in the morning on Saturday, April 29. The buses will then depart Washington D.C. around 8PM on April 29, arriving back in Boston early morning Sunday, April 30.
  • Another group is organizing a bus that will leave on Friday morning, drop off near a Metro stop and hotel in Arlington, VA on Friday evening, and then leave again on Sunday morning, arriving back in Boston on Sunday evening.


  • We will definitely have buses leaving from Alewife T stop, Park Street, and either JP or Brookline High School. Please indicate your preferred pick-up / drop-off location on the final registration page.
  • It is possible that we will add pick-up/ drop-off locations at Franklin Village Shopping Center, Newton, Worcester, in the North Shore (location T.B.D.), South Shore (location TBD), Roslindale (location TBD), and a number of other places, but these pick-ups and drop-offs are dependent on interest and bus availability. Again, please indicate your preferred pick-up / drop-off location on the final registration page.
  • If you are confident that you can fill a bus (55 people), we may be able to add a pick-up or drop-off in your area. Email Emily Kirkland,
  • Other groups are organizing buses and carpools from the Pioneer Valley, the Berkshires, Cape Cod and other parts of the state — for details,


Alternatives for Community & Environment
United American Indians of New England
Alliance for Climate Education
Youth on Board / Boston Student Advisory Council
1199 SEIU
509 SEIU
Jewish Alliance for Law & Social Action
MA Interfaith Coalition for Climate Action
Moral Revival Boston
350 Mass for a Better Future
Boston Climate Action Network
Boston EcoWomen
Corporate Accountability International
Massachusetts Climate Action Network
Mass Energy Consumers Alliance
Mothers Out Front
West Roxbury Saves Energy
…and many more!


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