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- Michael Brune; Sierra Club Executive Director
- Bill McKibben; 350.org President, Scholar at Middlebury College
- Van Jones; Rebuild the Dream President, NYT Best-Selling Author
- U.S. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse; Rhode Island
- Maria T. Cardona; Latinovations Founder, Dewey Square Group Principal
- The Rev. Lennox Yearwood; Hip Hop Caucus President and CEO
- Chief Jacqueline Thomas; Saik'uz First Nation
- Crystal Lameman; Beaver Lake Cree First Nations
- Arrive at the Washington Monument grounds by 11:30 a.m.
- Rally begins at noon
- March to the White House beings at 12:45 p.m.
- Closing concert with Eve at 4 p.m.
- Rally ends by 5 p.m.
We are expecting a cold but clear day with a little fresh snow on the ground, and this rally is so on! Be sure to dress warmly (coats, hats, gloves, scarves, and warm socks) and bring an umbrella just in case. Do drive especially carefully if you are arriving the night before the rally.
We are consulting with an event meteorologist on a daily basis, and can pass along this information to anyone who is interested. We are also happy to note that the Park Service has never cancelled an event on the National Mall for weather reasons!
Looking for other things to do while you're in town? Check out our page for related D.C. climate events this weekend!
The Metro rail and bus systems are a great way to get around D.C. The closest Metro subway stations to the rally are Federal Triangle and Smithsonian, both on the orange/blue lines. For track delays, advisories, and schedules, visit the WMATA website.