What: taken from the Climate March website:
At the end of April, Donald Trump will have been in office for 100 days. We need to mark that day with a massive demonstration that shows that our resistance is not going to wane or fade away.
So far, our resistance has been beautiful — and it’s beautiful because at its heart is a vision of a future that inspires us and gives us hope. It’s a vision that protects our families, our communities, and our climate. Most importantly, it’s a vision that we are building together.
Since inauguration, we’ve seen what people power can achieve: Trumpcare? Withdrawn. Muslim ban? Blocked. Now Trump’s entire fossil fuel agenda is next. Join us on April 29th. Click here to RSVP for the march.
Where: Gather in front of the Capitol Building at 3rd and Jefferson SW at 11am, and start marching at 12:30
What: In honor of Earth Day 2017 on April 22, March for Science in Washington DC
Where: North of Washington Monument, Constitution Avenue NW between 15th and 17th Street
Details and to Register: March for Science
Start: Washington D.C., North of Washington Monument, Constitution Avenue NW between 15th and 17th street.
8:00am: Grounds open.
9:00am: Teach-ins start.
10:00am: Main stage rally program begins.
2:00pm: March begins!
Note: Congressman Don Beyer Vice-Ranking Member on the House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, will participate in the March For Science in Washington D.C. Beforehand at 9AM, he will address a meeting of constituents, scientists, and defenders of science in the Upper Senate Park at the US Capitol (along Constitution Ave. between New Jersey Ave. and Delaware Ave.)
Candidates Will Participate in Five Primary Debates, Three Joint Appearances Across Virginia
Today, April 7, the gubernatorial campaigns of Lt. Governor Ralph Northam and former Congressman Tom Perriello are announcing a schedule of five debates and three joint appearances during the Democratic primary. The candidates will kick off their schedule of joint appearances at a forum in Southwest Virginia on April 22, followed by debates in Fairfax, Roanoke, Richmond, Hampton Roads, and Loudoun County, as well as additional forums in Arlington and Charlottesville.
The full schedule of debates and joint appearances is below. Additional information on each will be available soon.
The Democratic primary is June 13.
- April 29: Fairfax Democrats and Emerge USA Debate in Fairfax
- May 4: Roanoke Valley Democratic Women Debate in Roanoke
- May 9: “The People’s Debate” (Sponsored by ProgressVA, VA AFL-CIO, SEIU Virginia 512 and New Virginia Majority) in Richmond
- May 16: WHRO, Democratic Business Alliance of Hampton Roads, and Greater Hampton Roads Black DEMOCRATS Debate in Hampton Roads
- May 22: TBA Debate in Loudoun County
- April 22: Democratic Party of Virginia Rural Caucus Forum in Bristol
- May 2: Our Revolution Forum in Arlington
- May 13: UVA College Democrats in Charlottesville