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U.S. Youth Plan Washington Rally To Protest Climate Change Inaction

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U.S. Youth Plan Washington Rally To Protest Climate Change Inaction

U.S. Youth Plan Washington Rally To Protest Climate Change Inaction

According to Reuters, Hundreds of youngsters are planning to skip school to join a rally in Washington on Friday as part of what organizers are calling an international Youth Climate Strike to seek action on climate change.

Organizers expect some 2,500 students to join the event in front of the Capitol Building, where Congress sits, with similar rallies taking place in 46 states.

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