Queer Bloc at the Climate March
Join a collective of queer orgs and voices for fabulous artivism at the 2017 Climate March! It’ll be an ant colony (for collective strength), butterflies (for hope & beauty), and other fierce defenders of life on earth who rise up against evil Fascilla (boooooo!).
We’re stronger together, so come ready to march in love, joy, and power. We’re meeting at 11am in Washington D.C. at the corner of 4th St NW and Pennsylvania Avenue wth the “Makers of Sanctuary” contingent.
Download the flier: Climate March OUT4S
Say you’re going, invite friends, and stay up to date at: https://www.facebook.com/events/410561809317109/
If you want to join the camping group, go to: https://goo.gl/forms/XtcQJxPiR1pVshgD2
ALSO…. Because it’s amazing to be queer, there’s also a Queer Dance Party Protest on Friday night: https://www.facebook.com/events/778757602281141/
The People’s Climate March is known for its elaborate street art and the Queer Bloc will slay with our fierceness! Here’s how to participate in our visual spectacle:
* DRESS IN BLACK. This will give us visual unity & make our colorful accessories pop.
* Make your own Super Defender cape! Our Defenders will wear superhero capes; make your own with an ant, turtle, bee or butterfly decal on the back. Or: design your own unique symbol/identity!
PLAN TO JOIN A FACTION:
- Ants: Workers Unite! Red and black capes. Throw on some dark oversized sunglasses; we will bring you extra arms. Bring a sign that emphasizes resilience and collective strength
- Turtles: Snap Back! Forest green capes. If you’re coming with a team of 5 or more, please reach out to help carry our giant parachute snapping turtle
- Butterflies: Purple capes, turquoise and pinks. Create your own butterfly look! Bring a sign that emphasizes love, hope, joy and beauty
- Bees: Yellow and black capes. Bring a sign that emphasizes intersectionality, cross-pollination & solidarity across movements
Drop a note to Quito at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re planning to participate, or simply show up in drag (or not!).