People’s Climate March Descends On Capital, Marks 100 Days Of Trump In Office

The People’s Climate March kicked off in Washington D.C. Saturday with over 375 sister marches also taking place world wide. The Climate March also coincides with Trump’s 100th day in office, and was organized as a “massive show of resistance” to the administration, according to a press release on the organizer’s website. This follows after huge changes were made on the EPA’s website Friday, including a complete scrub of the “Climate Change” page.

The march will begin at 12:30 p.m. EST at the Capitol building, and then go up Pennsylvania Avenue towards the White House. There, they plan to surround the White House, and “make a loud sound demanding climate justice and good jobs that will drown out all of the climate-denying nonsense that has been coming out of this Administration,” their website states. The March plans to end at the Washington Monument.

Watch a livestream of the march as it’s happening via Democracy Now here, and find a sister march near you here.

In the meantime, see photos of the march in D.C. and nationwide, below.