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Discounted train tickets available–Join colleagues in a history-making march in New York City

From Connecticut to California, we’ve all been experiencing the effects of what many experts are calling a climate crisis—from the historic brush fires out west to the flooding across the entire country to the coldest summer on record—and the list goes on. climate change square

With our future on the line, now is the time to take action.

Join CEA September 21 in New York City, for the People’s Climate March for Change. The march is one of hundreds of coordinated actions taking place that day around the world to draw attention to demand action on climate change.

The march is expected to draw hundreds of thousands of people to New York before the landmark UN summit, where world leaders, including President Obama, will be discussing the climate crisis and what must be done to protect our future.

The CEA Board of Directors voted to join other unions in support of the People’s Climate March and is calling on Connecticut teachers to join in support by marching on September 21. More than 750 businesses, unions, religious organizations, schools, social justice and environmental groups are all working together and taking a stand to bend the course of history.

Don’t be left out of this historic event. Mobilize, march, and make history by joining your colleagues from across Connecticut and the country.

Click here to sign up for the People’s Climate March on September 21.

A limited number of discounted train tickets from Union Station in New Haven to NYC are available. Email Jeff Leake jeffl@cea.org or Conor Casey conorc@cea.org for more information or to join the contingent of CEA members participating in the march.

For more information, visit cea.org or peoplesclimate.org, and find out how you can make a difference.

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  1. Leaving from Union Station in New Haven? Jeff will have discounted tickets from 7 AM to 7:45 for arrival in NYC at 9:45.

    September 17, 2014

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