Chicago Youth Climate Strike this Friday 9/20/19 in Grant Park

Join members of RU Green, the Math Club, and others in an all-ages Chicago Youth Climate Strike march in Grant Park in downtown Chicago this Friday 9/20/19 in solidarity with climate strike marchers all over the world. Options for meeting:

  • 10:30am WB Lobby, 425 S. Wabash Ave., then walk with RU Green to Grant Park
  • 11:00am, south end of Grant Park (Roosevelt & Columbus)

RU students, want to help make signs? Join RU Green outside the CSI office (WB 3rd floor) on Wed 9/18 @5pm. Bring your own poster-making supplies if you have ’em (supplies limited).

Questions? Email RU Green prez Samantha Schultz (

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4 Responses to Chicago Youth Climate Strike this Friday 9/20/19 in Grant Park

  1. Linda Weide says:

    Any idea how many will be attending, and what the transportation situation will be?

    • SUSTatRU says:

      Not sure, Linda, but with a decent weather forecast for tomorrow, it’s likely to be a good turnout. Climate strikers plan to march from the south end of Grant Park (Columbus/Roosevelt, which is near the CTA Roosevelt Rd L station) north and then west to Federal Plaza. We recommend taking public transit to the event if at all possible. See the CTA Trip Planner for info.

  2. Linda Weide says:

    Having been to many rallies in downtown Chicago and coming from Hyde Park I plan to take the Metra, but I am wondering whether the city can plan extra transportation when the event does not have a clear idea of how many will be there. I have been to rallies with 350,000 and they are saying 1000. Given all of the groups that I have heard are coming I feel that it is likely there will be many more than that, and I would like to have a better sense of the numbers. Who will be keeping tally. The CTA, and the Metra do not have any information on their websites about this rally like they did about the Women’s March where they told us they would have extra buses and trains.

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