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Twin Cities high school students departing to attend the People’s Climate March on Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014

Ten high school students, 5 of them from South High, joined 6 bus loads of Minnesotans to be part of this country’s largest climate march ever held in this country.  The students were part of Act! MN, a project coordinated by the Will Steger Foundation.  The Foundation provided a staff person to support their efforts and attend the March with them.  The students were part of the very well attended 80 block-long March where it is estimated that over 400,000 people gathered in NYC bringing the total to well over 675,000 around the world for this significant, history making moment.  Hats off to these students!

Ten high school students, 5 of them from South High, joined 6 bus loads of Minnesotans to be part of this country’s largest climate march ever held in this country. The students were part of Act! MN, a project coordinated by the Will Steger Foundation. The Foundation provided a staff person to support their efforts and attend the March with them. The students were part of the very well attended 80 block-long March where it is estimated that over 400,000 people gathered in NYC bringing the total to well over 675,000 around the world for this significant, history making moment. Hats off to these students!

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