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How kids organized the massive school walkout demanding action on climate change

15/03/2019

Young people are fed up with the lack of progress on tackling climate change, so across the world, they’re taking a stand and walking out of school to call for action on March 15. Kawika Pegram had never organized a protest before. The 17-year-old junior at Waipahu High School on Oahu heads up photography for...
Young people are fed up with the lack of progress on tackling climate change, so across the world, they’re taking a stand and walking out of school to call for action on March 15. Kawika Pegram had never organized a protest before. The 17-year-old junior at Waipahu High School on Oahu heads up photography for his school’s journalism department and yearbook. He’s clued into politics, and especially issues that affect young people. While scrolling on Twitter one night, Pegram saw that David Hogg–one of the March for Our Lives leaders from Parkland, Florida–had retweeted something from Youth Climate Strike U.S.Read Full Story Young people are fed up with the lack of progress on tackling climate change, so across the world, they’re taking a stand and walking out of school to call for action on March 15. Kawika Pegram had never organized a protest before. The 17-year-old junior at Waipahu High School on Oahu heads up photography for his school’s journalism department and yearbook. He’s clued into politics, and especially issues that affect young people. While scrolling on Twitter one night, Pegram saw that David Hogg–one of the March for Our Lives leaders from Parkland, Florida–had retweeted something from Youth Climate Strike U.S.Read Full Story
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