CALL TO ACTION: Zombie March on Coal – Monday October 30th!

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Workers and youth unite against the Tagami Coal-pocalypse!

 
Zombie March on Coal
Next Monday, October 30th

 4:30-6:30 PM

New Location: Corner of Mandana Blvd and Carlston Ave, Oakland

 

 

As the fires burn and the cities flood, one man in Oakland is trying to wreak MORE havoc on the planet’s ecosystem and put MORE toxic chemicals into the lungs of our little ones. That man is Phil Tagami. 
Last year, Tagami tried to build a coal transport terminal in our town. But workers, youth, and community members came together to win an historic ban on the storage, transport and handling of coal in city limits. Now Tagami is suing to force the City of Oakland to accept his dirty coal terminal.
Tagami can choose the Coal-pocalypse – covering black and brown communities in coal dust – or an Oakland with good jobs and clean air.

Join youth and workers next Monday, October 30th, to help Tagami make the right choice! We’ll meet at 4:30 at the corner of Mandana Blvd and Carlston Ave* (Oakland) to get in our best Zombie coal-pocalypse costumes and have a procession to Tagami’s house.

This will be a family friendly event with costumes, face-painting, and other Halloween carnival activities, as well as trick-or-treating. 

Join Climate Workers on Monday to demand Tagami drop the lawsuit!
*NOTE NEW LOCATION: Meet up at corner of Mandana Blvd. and Carlston Ave., Oakland, CA.
ZOMBIE MARCH ART PARTY! 
Join us this Sunday to help make banners, signs, and props for the action.
Sunday, October 29th from 12-4PM
SEIU USWW, 3411 E. 12th St., Oakland CA
2nd floor of the Fruitvale BART Station Plaza
SEE YOU ON MONDAY!
You can RSVP, get updates, and invite your friends to the action on the Zombie March on Coal – Facebook event page. Check the Facebook event page for an FAQ, public transit options, a ride board, and accessibility notes.
Climate Workers is a project of Movement Generation.
See the Facebook event for a full list of co-sponsors.