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The Peoples Climate March: A Short Viewing

We know that there were more than 400,000 people in the Peoples Climate March because we stayed at the starting line and in the staging area and walked the whole way beyond the 4 hours 40 minutes that it took to cross that first step at Columbus Circle on the curved way to a backed-up 42nd Street and 11th Avenue.
This video shows a few minutes of the many, many people with signs, banners, costumes, floats, bands,…..made, paid for and held in their many diverse hands. They are showing their concerns about the problems and solutions of Climate Change, Renewables and Sustainabilities.
To be there was to witness history.
To view this is to see a part of the future.

About Duffernutter (277 Articles)
John is a commercial photographer whose passion is to create unique original photography for the community. John is based in Seattle, Washington, where he photographs the work of architects, interior designers, stylists, landscape architects, furniture designers and many other artists. As the Partner of an architect, he has an amazing ability to see and feel the unique qualities of any location. John's photography style is a close-up approach that gives you the feel that you are apart of the interior. With eight years of professional experience enjoying my time as a photographer, videographer and editor I have successfully collaborated with Sage News, The Nation, Climate Desk, Waging Nonviolence, Grist, Popular Resistance, and

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