Honolulu Rally for the Trial of the Century

Start: Friday, October 26, 2018 4:30 PM

End: Friday, October 26, 2018 6:00 PM

Join us for a rally in front of the Prince Kuhio Federal Building and US Courthouse and be a part of the #TrialoftheCentury as we stand in support of the young plaintiffs who are confronting the federal government in the historic Juliana v. United States court case.

To get the most visibility, we'll hold our Honolulu rally on Friday, 10/26. The actual trial is set to begin in Oregon on Monday,10/29.  

On Friday, we'll meet on the corner of Ala Moana and Punchbowl in front of the 300 Ala Moana sign.

Bus Stop located nearby. Parking suggestions listed below.

Our freedom depends on a climate system that will sustain human life. Let's show the government that it has a duty to prepare and implement a Climate Recovery Plan to protect our basic and most fundamental rights!

Let’s have a HUGE presence in Honolulu.  Please bring your signs, your spirit, and all your friends!

Parking Off of Punchbowl:

Meter Parking can be found about 1 block up on Pohukina (mauka side of Restaurant Row) and there's also a paid parking lot about 2 blocks up on Halekauwila.

Sign ideas:


Youth & Future Generations

Our Future
Our Right

Stand up for the constitutional right
to a livable planet

Let the Youth be heard!

The atmosphere is a public trust

We demand a climate recovery plan



The #TrialoftheCentury starts on October 29! The 21 Juliana v. US youth plaintiffs are taking the federal government to court for violating their constitutional rights by knowingly contributing to climate change. The science-based National Climate Recovery Plan the plaintiffs seek would end the reign of fossil fuels and lead to swift decarbonization. This lawsuit could change everything. There will be rallies at federal courthouses across the country. Join us in Honolulu on October 26 when we stand with these brave young people as they take the federal government to court! Learn more about the #TrialoftheCentury at https://www.youthvgov.org/

Event by
Sherry Pollack
Kaneohe, Hawaii