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Participate In Youth-led National Climate Strike and March Friday, May 24th
Students
from
elementary
to
high
school
are
hosting
a
day
of
mourning
for
the
planet.
They
ask
everyone
experiencing
ecological
grief
to
come
together
on
March
15th
and
demand
all
levels
of
government
treat
climate
change
like
an
emergency.
The
protest
takes
place
on
a
global
day
of
action
for
the
#fridaysforfuture
movement,
started
by
16
year
old
Great
Thunberg.
The
demonstration
will
include
striking
visuals
including
a
giant
tombstone
bearing
the
message
‘RIP
Earth’,
in
reference
to
the
UN
International
Panel
on
Climate
Change
report
which
concludes
humanity
has
12
years
left
to
have
any
influence
on
the
catastrophic
events
of
climate
change.
The
students
will
share
their
feelings
of
anxiety,
anger
and
sadness
at
the
lack
of
action
from
their
leaders.
Attendees are asked to wear black.
What:
Students protest government inaction on climate change
When:
March 15th 2019, 1:00pm
Where:
Manitoba Legislative Building
Who:
Elementary to High School students, various schools
Students
from
elementary
to
high
school
are
hosting
a
day
of
mourning
for
the
planet.
They
ask
everyone
experiencing
ecological
grief
to
come
together
on
March
15th
and
demand
all
levels
of
government
treat
climate
change
like
an
emergency.
The
protest
takes
place
on
a
global
day
of
action
for
the
#fridaysforfuture
movement,
started
by
16
year
old
Great
Thunberg.
The
demonstration
will
include
striking
visuals
including
a
giant
tombstone
bearing
the
message
‘RIP
Earth’,
in
reference
to
the
UN
International
Panel
on
Climate
Change
report
which
concludes
humanity
has
12
years
left
to
have
any
influence
on
the
catastrophic
events
of
climate
change.
The
students
will
share
their
feelings
of
anxiety,
anger
and
sadness
at
the
lack
of
action
from
their
leaders.
Attendees are asked to wear black.
What:
Students protest government inaction on climate change
When:
March 15th 2019, 1:00pm
Where:
Manitoba Legislative Building
Who:
Elementary to High School students, various schools
Students
from
elementary
to
high
school
are
hosting
a
day
of
mourning
for
the
planet.
They
ask
everyone
experiencing
ecological
grief
to
come
together
on
March
15th
and
demand
all
levels
of
government
treat
climate
change
like
an
emergency.
The
protest
takes
place
on
a
global
day
of
action
for
the
#fridaysforfuture
movement,
started
by
16
year
old
Great
Thunberg.
The
demonstration
will
include
striking
visuals
including
a
giant
tombstone
bearing
the
message
‘RIP
Earth’,
in
reference
to
the
UN
International
Panel
on
Climate
Change
report
which
concludes
humanity
has
12
years
left
to
have
any
influence
on
the
catastrophic
events
of
climate
change.
The
students
will
share
their
feelings
of
anxiety,
anger
and
sadness
at
the
lack
of
action
from
their
leaders.
Attendees are asked to wear black.
What:
Students protest government inaction on climate change
When:
March 15th 2019, 1:00pm
Where:
Manitoba Legislative Building
Who:
Elementary to High School students, various schools

MAY 24th : 12- 3pm

STRIKE AND MARCH

 


What: ​Students protest government inaction on climate change
When: ​May 24th 2019, 12:00pm
Where: ​Manitoba Legislative Building MARCH to City Hall
Who: ​Elementary to High School students, various schools, YOU

UPCOMING STUDENT CLIMATE STRIKE EVENTS

Next National strike: May 24th

ART BUILD Saturday May 18th 1-5pm at 532 Ellice Ave (Big Brothers Big Sisters)

Next Friday for Future: Friday June 7th

 

YOU CAN DO THIS TOO!

What can I do to help?

1- Join the Climate Strikers at the Manitoba Legislature at NOON on May 3rd. Bring signs to let our provincial decision-makers and all of Winnipeg know what you think and feel about climate change. Dress for the weather!

2- Start your own Climate Strike with students at your school. Can't make it to the legislature? Look for your local MP or MLA's office! Register your Strike to let everyone know that you’re a part of this important movement and to encourage other kids to speak up and let their voices be heard.

3- If you’re not allowed to miss school for the Climate Strike, support Climate Strikers on social media, and contribute to the conversation with your thoughts, feelings, and experiences. Use #ClimateStrike, #FridaysForFuture, and #YouthRising hashtags!  Every young voice is important whether you can be at an event or not.

The four recommendations for the youth climate strikes are:

- Youth should be the spokespersons, with adults as helpers and supporters. help.

- The main message is, “Adults are jeopardizing our future”.

- Please treat all politicians with respect .

- Strike near city hall, a government building, or a politician’s office.

 

 

20 RSVPS
Paolo Riva Miranda Lushaw Rebecca Burnell

Will you come?

Join In Youth-led National Climate Strike &March on Friday, May 24th
Participate In Youth-led National Climate Strike and March Friday, May 24th
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