The resistance starts here:
Join in this historic week of protest
This week begins with Martin Luther King’s birthday and ends with the inauguration of a man who wants to destroy everything MLK stood for. With irony like that it’s no wonder record numbers of people are coming out to give notice that we’re paying attention and are ready to resist.
Start with the Save Our Health Care rally this Sunday, join the 144 Hours of Action, and finish up with the Women’s March and ChangeFest the following Sunday.
Looking for some hope and inspiration?
There will never be a better time to save the planet
by Alex Steffen
The Capitol will be hopping on Sunday, Jan 21, with ChangeFest as well as the Women’s March. Come hear speakers, listen to great live music, learn from workshops, meet local organizations that need your help. We will march to the Western States Petroleum office to demand the end of climate change denial and acceleration of the transition to a clean energy economy. 11 am–3 pm on the north side of the Capitol. Sponsored by a coalition of organizations concerned about climate change.
A local Sacramento coalition is bringing you 144 hours of action during Martin Luther King Jr. week. Enjoy the week of education, organizing, and community building.
Mon, Jan 16, 9:30 am: Reclaim MLK: This Was Not the Dream! @Safeway, 1025 Alhambra Blvd.
Mon, Jan 16, 6 pm: Know Your Rights Training
@North Sac: Highlands Community Charter School
@South Sac: Sac City College (Temp Bldg 7)
Tues, Jan 17, 10 am–2 pm: Organizing on All Los Rios Campuses
@Sacramento City, Cosumnes River, & American River Colleges
Wed, Jan 18, 4 pm: Break the System @Golden 1 Center
Thurs, Jan 19, 2 pm–6 pm: Breaking Bread Potluck
@PSL office, 2860 Florin Rd/
Fri, Jan 20, 2pm–6 pm: J20: Not My President! Inauguration Day Protests; @Capitol West Steps
Sat, Jan 21, 11 am–3 pm: ChangeFest @Capitol North Steps
Been thinking about volunteering with 350 Sacramento? Now’s the time! Here are some immediate needs--send an email if you can:
1. staff a table at ChangeFest or collect names at the Women’s March
2. table on Sundays at the Farmer's Market under the freeway
3. help with the Valve Turners event on Feb 9
4. plan our next Town Hall