GLOBAL CLIMATE STRIKE KICKS OFF WITH THOUSANDS SKIPPING SCHOOL OR WORK FOR DEMONSTRATIONS ACROSS THE WORLD

The worldwide climate protest partially inspired by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg kicked off Friday in major – and smaller – cities around the globe Friday with hundreds of thousands of students hitting the streets.

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