Join Moms Clean Air Force And Climate Parents In Denver For A Press Conference And Billboard Unveiling!

BY ON September 28, 2012

Child in American flag mask

Our kids deserve a bright future and a healthy climate. That’s why more than 29,000 of our moms have asked the presidential candidates to talk about their solution to climate change. We want to know where they stand before we vote—for ourselves and for the future of our children.

In Colorado, home of the first presidential debate–you guys have an extra opportunity to raise your voices. Moms Clean Air Force and Climate Parents will be unveiling a billboard in the heart of downtown Denver featuring a drawing of a child calling the candidates to tell us which direction they’ll lead us: down a path to more climate impacts, or toward a healthy climate and clean energy. We want this press conference rally to be a great in-person representation of the parents and youth concerned about climate change–so the more kids we can have with us, the better!

There will be a small group of speakers including a couple of parents and grandparents working for climate solutions, as well as a teenager who will be voting for the first time in this year’s election, and wants to vote for candidates who will protect kids from climate change!

Please join us for a press event around our press conference and first billboard unveiling:

Date: Monday, October 1st
Time: 1:00pm press event, 4:00pm rally
Place: Parking lot next door to the Trinity Methodist Church (1820 Broadway Denver, CO 80202, in downtown)
Parking & Transit: There are a number of parking lots in the immediate area, as well as street parking. Also, the 19th and Broadway Light Rail stop is one block away

RSVP: Please contact Lisa Hoyos at 510-282-0440 if you can come. She’ll have Moms Clean Air Force t-shirts waiting for you and your kids.

Sometimes being a good parent means being an engaged citizen–thank you for all you’ve done so far to protect children from harmful air pollution!

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TOPICS: Activism, Politics