Join the Resistance to Trump's Attack on Our Environment and Civil Rights

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The #Earth2Trump Roadshow may have already come to a town near you this month — or, if you live in Washington, D.C., we're in your town now.

Since the beginning of the year, the roadshow has been rallying and empowering defenders of civil rights and the environment to resist Trump's dangerous agenda. Stopping in 16 cities on its way to D.C., it has brought thousands of people together, and we're now ready to protest at the presidential inauguration.

Click on the map below to see details about an event near you. If you live in D.C., invite your friends, family and activist networks to join us there. Forward this webpage widely on Facebook, Twitter and email.

Starting with our kickoffs in Oakland and Seattle on Jan. 2, the #Earth2Trump Roadshow has toured the country bringing speakers, musicians, outrage, fun and hope to a total of 16 cities on its way to the presidential inauguration on Jan. 20.

The free shows have featured national and local speakers, great musicians, and an opportunity to join a growing movement of resistance to all forms of oppression and all attacks on our environment. We must stand and oppose every Trump policy that hurts wildlife; poisons our air and water; destroys our climate; promotes racism, misogyny or homophobia; and marginalizes entire segments of our society.

At each show, we've offered the chance to:

  • Sign the national Pledge of Resistance to Trump's dangerous agenda.
  • Write a personalized #Earth2Trump message that will be carried to D.C. inside a massive three-dimensional globe and delivered to Trump.
  • Create a huge, viral social media #Earth2Trump messaging campaign.
  • Connect with people in your community resisting oppression and find out how to join the million people who will protest in Washington, D.C., on Inauguration Day.

If you live in D.C., join us to send a powerful, unwavering #Earth2Trump message that oppression and environmental destruction must not be tolerated.

Featured musicians include Casey Neill, Lyla June, Dana Lyons and Makana.

Click on the map below to RSVP so we know you're coming and then share this page with your family, friends and social networks.

You can also see details about individual events by clicking on your city here: Seattle, Portland, Reno, Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha, Chicago, Oakland, Los Angeles, Tucson, Silver City, Houston, St. Petersburg, St. Augustine, Norfolk, Washington D.C. (Jan. 18, Jan. 20 and Jan. 21).

Photo by Don McCullough/Flickr