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Youth Strike for Climate

London. Fri 24 May 2019



 People met up in Parliament Square near to the statue of Dame Millicent Fawcett
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 Many had brought their own placards

 They were led in some chanting demanding action now on climate

 'OurSpaceship Knows Which Way to Go'

 THere were a few mass-produced slogans, but many more hand made ones

 

 

 Some hled posters made as book covers 'The Sixth Extinction'

 

 

 

 'ECO not EGO'

 'Teach the Future' was the slogan on the banner at the head of the march

 

 

 

 The march stopped outside the Dept For Education

 and made a great deal of noise

 

 

 

 and then many of the marchers sat down, blocking the road

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 'Save Our World'

 THe march moved on, back through Parliament Square and up Parliament St to Whitehall

 

 You can't eat money and drink crude oil'. The march halted briefly in front of Downing St

They kept on walking to Trafalgar Square

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