Climate Activists to Rally at Anderson Street Train Station in Hackensack Before Heading by Train to Climate Strike in Newark

Climate Activists to Rally at Anderson Street Train Station in Hackensack Before Heading by Train to Climate Strike in Newark

WHO: Bergen County students, residents, and activists will rally at NJ Transit’s Anderson Street train station before heading to Newark for the North Jersey Climate Strike.

WHAT: The marchers will strike from school and work to call for bold action in response to the climate crisis and related environmental injustices in New Jersey.

In total, there are ten ‘feeder’ rallies beginning at train stations across the region.

After the train station rallies, marchers will gather in Newark at noon, and then march to NJ Transit headquarters to call on Governor Murphy to stop a planned gas-fired power plant that would be built in the Meadowlands in Kearny and to support an alternative proposal to use the Federal Sandy-resilience grant of $409 for SOLAR RAIL (with solar storage).

The Climate Strike in Newark, part of a Global Climate Strike, will call for Clean Air, Clean Water, Renewable Energy, and Justice for All, with specific demands around each issue.


WHERE: NJ Transit Anderson Street Station, 122 Anderson Street, Hackensack, NJ Pascack Valley Line


Friday, December 6, 2019
10:00 AM. Rally at NJ Transit Anderson Street Station. https://actionnetwork.org/event_campaigns/winter-climatestrike?source=direct_link& Put in any zipcode in Bergen county to see additional details for the Hackensack rally.


10:30 AM – Board the Pascack Valley Line at the Anderson Street Station.


10:49 – 11:30 AM. Rally at Secaucus Junction at either side of these turnstiles at the Frank Lautenberg NJ Transit station before people to transfer trains going to the Climate Strike in Newark. Speakers include Secaucus Mayor Michael Gonnelli, Secaucus Environmental Director and Recycling Coordinator, Amanda Nesheiwat, students from Secaucus and other towns in Bergen County.


11:38 AM – Board the Morris-Essex Line to Broad Avenue, Newark


11:48 AM – Walk 11 minutes to Rutgers-Newark campus. Norman Samuels Plaza, near the Paul Robeson

12:00 PM 
– Rally at the Norman Samuels Plaza at Rutgers Newark campus

1:00 PM –
 March to NJ Transit Headquarters. 1 Penn Plaza, across from Newark Penn Station. Picket and Say NO NJ Transit fracked gas power plant. Say Yes to SOLAR RAIL.

1:30-2:30 PM –
 Rally at Peter Francisco Park. 70 New Jersey Railroad Ave, across from Newark Penn Station.


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