Amy Davidson in the New Yorker poses “Four Questions for after the Climate March,” asking whom will it change, haunt, and affect — and what’s next.
She comments: “…future [mass gatherings] will be driven by different kinds of anger, over drought or loss of land, political disruption or mass migration. The march on Sunday needs to end somewhere better than that.”
It’s a thoughtful column that you will all appreciate. (She also writes an aside about leveraging international social media infrastructure — something that we need to explore more.)
Of course, many Pandomaniacs were marching somewhere, too! Let us know how it felt to be there, and any observations, by posting your comments below.