Saturday, March 18th


Union Square @ 10 AM – 2 PM

Hosted by Grassroots Action NY
Facebook Event for more info
Join Grassroots Action New York, Bronx Climate Justice North and a coalition of NYC groups in an initiative started by DefundDAPL ( and tell big banks like Wells Fargo, Citibank, TD, Chase, and Bank of America how we feel about their decision to fund the Dakota Access Pipeline. .

Banks that you can switch to that don’t invest in fossil fuels.

Pick one of these or find another one that works for you then follow along with our divestment campaign before #DivestmentDay to get ready to close your old bank account with us. Check out for all of our divestment resources.
Then, on March 18, we will rally in Union Square then head to the banks to close our accounts together! We will be leading groups of people to various banks to close their accounts together and want to make sure we prepare correctly so, if you haven’t already, please fill out the form in the “tickets” link to let us know which bank you will be divesting from.


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a pop-up benefit
Thursday March 9th • 7-11p
Admission $1-100

Join us for a night of performance, visual art, music and libations to support organizations doing work for land justice, the environment and climate change.

Benefiting Honor the Earth, 350NYC,
Natural Resources Defense Council and Earthjustice 

100% of door and bar after costs goes to the organizations

With special performances from shadow puppet artist Andrew Benincasa, Jennifer Kreisberg of Ulali and Rude Mechanical Orchestra! 

DJ sets throughout the night from DJ Scribe and DJ Chela.

Food by Insatiable Vegan and Natasha Corbie
Video teaser from NACL’s The Weather Project

Environmental Art show curated by Catherine Grau

And continuing the interactive installation Teaspoon Brigade, a nod to Pete Seeger: an action piñata-seesaw to pop the paradigm through interactive calls to action.

Brought to you by Holes in the Wall Collective
Industry City Distillery
33 35th st 6th fl. • BROOKLYN
D/N/R to 36 st
It won’t matter what side of the river you’re on once the river’s gone