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  • I will not direct violence, verbal or physical, toward any person.
  • I will maintain an attitude of openness, discipline, and respect toward everyone we encounter.
  • I will not destroy or damage any property.
  • I will carry no weapons, no drugs, no alcohol.
  • I will exercise personal and collective responsibility to ensure all participants adhere to this agreement and to model it.
  • I will take personal responsibility for my own actions.
  • I will attend a non-violent direct action training (more info here). If I cannot attend the training, I will not be able to participate in the civil disobedience parts of this action.

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I can participate in peaceful civil disobedience at this action (requires attending an action training on November 8th – more info here)

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One year ahead of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, young people are taking to the streets of Washington, D.C. to demand justice on race, climate change, and immigration.

Right now our political system is failing us, so we’re taking these crises into our own hands. As the election ramps up, this is our chance to demand REAL leadership and make candidates’ agendas work for our movements, and for our future.

Our message: We need political leaders with plans that are in line with the imperatives of justice on race, climate change, and immigration. Keep fossil fuels in the ground. Protect the lives of black, brown, poor, and immigrant communities. Reinvest in healthy jobs, renewable energy, and an economy that works for all of us. Let’s get it done.


WHAT: Our Generation, Our Choice: Mobilization for justice on race, climate change, and immigration
WHEN: Monday, November 9th, 2015 at 8 AM
WHERE: Franklin Square, Washington, D.C.


We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. Together, we can be a powerful chorus for change — but only if you’re there with us. Sign up, then share this page with your friends.

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