‘Largest-ever’ climate-change march rolls through NYC
Indigenous Peoples Climate March - Sept 21 2014
310,000,000 Gathered in NYC
400 Indigenous Peoples Joined in Leading the March
28,000 Marches World Wide
Leo DiCaprio - Joining with Indigenous Leaders and Peoples Standing with Chief Allan Adam of the
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NEW YORK — More than 300,000 people marched through the streets of New York City on Sunday in what organizers called the largest climate-change demonstration in history.
With banners, flags, floats and drums, protesters at the "People's Climate March" overwhelmed midtown Manhattan in flocks of vivid color, demanding action ahead of the United Nations Climate Summit this week.
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