Flagstaff climate strike pulls 100s to City Hall lawn: the Arizona Daily Sun reports

“Like the sea level, we rise.”

“Make our planet great again.”

“Will we have really survived if we cannot go outside?”

Such phrases filled the signs held by the more than 600 Flagstaff protesters who gathered on the City Hall lawn Friday morning to participate in the Global Strike for Climate Change happening in more than 150 countries.

“I hope people walk away with a sense that there is something they can do. The problem of climate change is that it paralyzes us sometimes because it is so big. … The best place to start is with a relationship.”

Drew Fockler, volunteer with the Citizens’ Climate Lobby and an environmental studies student at Coconino Community College

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Listen To Our Kids
A woman holds a sign in front of more than 600 children protesting to demand climate action Friday morning in front of city hall during a world wide Climate Strike.
Jack Bacon, Arizona Daily Sun

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