The Coalition for Environmental Justice North Texas is organizing an ExxonMobil protest on May 31 in Dallas.
Their message was serious but wit overflowed at marches in Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton and Sherman.
The initative officially launches this fall after a successful pilot program.
Dozens of news reporters and photographers turned out before the Exxon meeting, in time to cover the rally, attention that North Texas activists seldom get.
Environmentalists will protest in downtown Dallas May 25 over Exxon's suppression of its climate change findings.
Jay Squyres has tracked residential solar installation in DFW from 2008-present.
Randy Loftis left the Dallas Morning News after 26 years but he's still covering the environmental beat.
Anna Clark, Sharon Wilson and Trammell Crow brought their environmental expertise to the historic event.
About 150 demonstrators turned out despite the wet, chilly weather to show their support for the planet on Sunday.
The Dallas demonstration will be held on the Continental Avenue Bridge on Sunday at 2 p.m.