The two hour march was conducted by delegates to the first national People's Convention of the Center for Popular Democracy.
New Yorkers joined hundreds of thousands around the world who are showing solidarity with the climate demonstrators in Paris.
In Los Angeles, hundreds of activists, environmentalists, union members and community groups staged an unprecedented march and rally as part of worldwide global climate actions.
"We have a strong case against North Carolina's voting law. Not only is the measure discriminatory, but lawmakers knew it would harm voters of color and passed it anyway."
The CP USA joined with hundreds of other organizations: labor, youth, peace, justice, clergy, political organizations and international groups, in the largest climate march ever.
Generating some of the most excitement were activists from other nations who stood in solidarity with their peers.
"This march represents an incredible diversity of people, all realizing that this is the same fight."
WASHINGTON---Speaking to a cheering crowd at the Lincoln Memorial on the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, President Barack Obama warned that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "dream" remains unrealized as long as millions of workers are unemployed and poverty is growing.
Black, brown, Asian and white marched together down Martin Luther King Blvd in Los Angeles on Aug. 24 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington.
Protesters marched through downtown Baltimore July 20 to voice their anger at the murder in Florida of Trayvon Martin.