Fridays for Future
Dirty air is just as much of a crisis as the coronavirus, but politicians refuse to give it the same kind of attention.
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"It is a huge honour. But the climate movement does not need any more awards."
When I joined the climate movement, I thought there would be swaths of students of color like me. That wasn't the case.
From why you should care to how you can sign up for the India protests, here's everything you need to know as millions gear up to fight for a climate emergency.
Download them, print them off, mount them on an old cereal box and take them along with you.
"The thing is, all the air will be really polluted; we will choke and die. We will breathe in the air and we will choke and die. People with asthma will definitely die, probably quicker."
Look: here are some photos of some of them doing exactly that in London.
VICE, i-D and UKSCN are throwing a Fridays for Future climate strike after-party tonight, and you're all invited.
If you're planning on skipping school to attend the Fridays For Future march, you should come prepared.
One protester was taken into a police van on yet another day when young people showed they're really not keen on the destruction of planet earth.