Washington, D.C.

November 1


Capitol Procession, Welcoming Rally, & Celebration


November 1 schedule

8:30 am – Marchers gather at Elm Street Urban Park near the Bethesda metro station

This would be the meeting point for anyone who wants to join the march for the entrance into DC

March from Downtown Bethesda into DC following Wisconsin Avenue, ending at Lafayette Park (in front of the White House)

9 am – Welcome from the marchers

9:30 am – Marchers depart Elm Street Urban Park

Map of route

South on Wisconsin Ave to Mass Ave

East on Mass Ave To Conn Ave

South on Conn Ave to K St

East on K St to 16th St

South on 16th St to White House

12 – 12:30 pm – Meet at Dupont Circle to march the final mile

1 pm – March arrives in Lafayette Park

There will be a 30-45 minute rally that will highlight stories from the marchers, and ideally incorporate music.

2:30 pm – Program ends

3 – 6 pm – Downtime for marchers

7 pm* – Reflection Celebration at St Stephen’s

1525 Newton St. NW, Washington D.C.

*Doors open at 6:30 pm

The marchers of the Great March for Climate Action have walked 3,000 miles over 8 months to arrive at the nation’s capital. They have born witness to those living on the front lines from coast to coast. They’ve become stewards for the people and the land, and have collected stories on behalf of the individuals facing injustices from climate change first hand. Their promise to share those stories in D.C will be an event that unites citizens of the U.S in solidarity. The Great March for Climate Action has created a living megaphone, and with their arrival into D.C they will amplify the collective voices with a resounding demonstration to our political leaders and corporate rulers that the people are resilient and intolerant of inaction on the climate crisis.

Join us for an evening of storytelling and reflection on the places, people, and events that have shaped and carried the Great March for Climate Action across the country, and be part of their promise to deliver those testimonies to the nation’s capital.


See you in D.C.!


The Great Week of Climate Actions