On Saturday September 8th, thousands of rallies will be held in cities and towns around the world as part of a global movement demanding local leaders commit to building a fossil free world that works for everyone.
In Boulder, people will gather from noon at the Band shell at Broadway and Canyon. The Boulder event is organized by Our Revolution, the Boulder chapter. We hear from three members of the group: Marie Adams, Thomas Williams, chair of the group and Mark Williams, who ran in the Democratic primary this year in Colorado’s second congressional district.
Listen to an extended interview with Marie Adams, Mark Williams and Thomas Williams of Our Revolution Boulder:
The event in Boulder on Saturday September 8th goes from noon to 2pm and will feature members of Colorado Rising, the group behind Initiative 97/Prop 112, the statewide ballot measure to increase oil and gas setbacks to 2500 feet, members of Physicians for Social Responsibility, Save our St Vrain Valley, Gary Wockner of Save the Colorado and representatives of Cliff Wilmeng’s campaign (Boulder County Commissioner Green Party candidate.)
In Denver, people will gather at the First Universalist Church of Denver from 9am.
Another event is scheduled in Denver from 10am at Manual High School.
In Longmont, people will gather at 12.30pm at the Boulder County Fairgrounds for an electric vehicle caravan, followed by a rally at 6th and main street.