Climate March Photos

Here are some wonderful photos of the garden contingent to the People’s Climate March from our friend Gina Randazzo. Click on a thumbnail to view slideshow.

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Update on Climate March this Sunday!

Dear PCM Partners-We are fully in the home stretch now, but we still need your help to make Sunday as amazing an experience for everyone involved as we all know it can be. To that end, we’re writing today with two requests that we know will help make the People’s Climate March go off

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People’s Climate March

Please join us for the People’s Climate March this Sunday, September 21. Gardeners and interested folks will assemble in the garden at 9:30am to have coffee and make posters. Then we’ll go as a group to the assembly point for the march.

Feel free to print flyers and posters that you can find on the

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Climate Change events in the garden on Saturday September 20th!!!

Climate Change Workshops:

K Webster will host LUNGS (LES United Neighborhood Gardens) workshops on the patio on Saturday September 20 as follows:

10:45-12:15pm People’s Movement Assemblies and the U.S. Social Forum as Tools for Transformation – Angela Vogel, Walda Katz-Fishman, Alfredo Lopez, Rob Robinson| US Social Forum

12:30-2pm Climate Justice in

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Art Show in the Garden– Die Jim Crow

The garden will be the venue this weekend for an art show/benefit for a concept album to be produced by Fury Young, LES native and son of gardener, Lee Brozgol. Here’s a statement from his website.

“My name is Fury Young. I am producing an album called Die Jim Crow Responding to Michelle Alexander’s book

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Juneteenth Celebration

Our annual Juneteenth celebration was a big success thanks to organizer Debra Jeffreys-Glass, food bosses, Diana Lyon and Kevin Walter, and teenage readers, Arianna, Isabella, Lucy, Sam, Eddie, Tony and Leo.

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