75,000 Climate Protesters March Through NYC

The march lasted much longer than expected, as the it was jammed in every direction.
   Rallying started around noon, but speakers were still blasting out speeches at the drop off end of the march at 5:30pm. The crowd then began to dwindle to just around 10,000.
All the regular organizations were present, representing at least 1200 organizations, includng Greenpeace and Code Pink. The Extinction Rebellion groups didn’t stay together well due to the overwhelming nature of the event - but flags could generally be found wherever you looked, so they were represented.

Declare Emergency was also there, as well as Climate Defiance, Peter Kalmus and congresswoman AOC. Some national news outlets took notice. Tomorrow, there will be civil disobedience.

 

In Solidarity, Will Regan

 

 

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Will Regan has been a spokesperson for Extinction Rebellion in the US and Declare Emergency. He's editor in chief for the Daily Rebellion and has been arrested 4 times since taking that role.