Air pollution isn’t just unhealthy to breathe – it threatens our children’s future. That’s why moms across the country want to see meaningful action on climate.
On July 11, 2018, parents and kids from across the country will gather near the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC to call for climate action. This family-friendly protest against the air pollution that causes dangerous climate change showcases exactly what’s at stake as temperatures and sea levels rise: our kids. Moms know that kids can’t sit still, so we are ditching a traditional sit-in and holding our fifth annual Play-In.
JOIN US on July 11 for kids’ activities, music by Latin GRAMMY award winning children’s musician, Mister G, and exciting speakers, as we deliver a public message from families across the country: it’s time to get serious about climate change!
WHEN: Wednesday, July 11, 9:00 AM-11:00 AM
WHERE: U.S. Capitol Grounds at First St NE & Constitution Ave NW
WHO: Parents and children from across the region
WHAT: “Play-In” featuring kids’ activities, a musical performance by Mister G, and a press conference.