|Main route from the Opernplatz 15:00|
|Protest from the Hauptbahnhof 2pm|
|Protest from the Zoo 2pm|
|Protest from the Südbahnhof 2pm|
|Protest from the EZB 2pm|
|Protest from the Bockenheimer Warte 2pm|
|Protest from the Gallus Warte 2pm|
On August 13, a nationally mobilized central strike will take place in Frankfurt. The issue is the financial sector and how it destroys our future by investing in climate-damaging projects.
At the moment we are still planning, so small changes are possible, but here is an overview of the day :D
It starts at 2pm with protest, which start from different parts of the city and march to the main rally at the Alte Oper, which is supposed to start at 3pm. So we unite before the main rally and make our way together to the central strike.
The starting points of the protests are Zoo, Bockenheimer Warte, Central Station, Südbahnhof, Gallus and ECB and they are organized by different local groups in Frankfurt to highlight different aspects of the problems of the financial sector.
At 3pm the main rally will start. There will be a diverse program filled with speeches, a supporting band and a band as a main act. Information booths are also planned. The program should go for 45 minutes, after which we would start walking around 4pm with a buffer of 15 minutes.
The route goes once through the banking district, where we focus on important actors and banks.
The demo should have a colorful, loud and determined impression. Feel free to bring flags, banners! Again, we are working with different groups to make a colorful action picture possible. We have decided against blocks in order to better represent solidarity and to demonstrate together against the financial sector.
In the course of the demo, there will also be diverse actions that include civil disobedience. Some of them will be organized by Fridays for Future, others by various actors. All actions will be optional, you don't have to participate in anything if you don't want to and that's perfectly okay. Each person can of course decide for themselves where they want to participate! In all actions, the safety of participants and passers-by has the highest priority.