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Global Climate Crisis Protests Happening Today in Culver City

Image is a drawing of the earth being held within two black hands.Adults and youth across the Culver City Real Estate area will be staging a strike today, September 20, in an effort to draw attention to the global climate crisis, demand an end to fossil fuels, and plea for reductions in corporate pollution.

Organizers of the protest in Culver City have scheduled two different strike locations, in and near the community, for those who are interested.

The first one will take place at 8:12 this morning in Culver City Middle School classrooms at 4601 Elenda St. in Culver City.  Email erikmar@alum.mit.edufor more information on that protest.

The second one will begin at 10 a.m. in Santa Monica at Beach Park #1.  Local listing agent Martin Feinberg suggests emailing deirdre.r2012@gmail.comfor information on happenings for that location.

Martin Feinberg, Realtor, also notes that the Culver City Strike will be part of a larger world-wide protest, one that could possibly turn into the largest environmental protest to ever take place.  Millions of people could potentially be walking out of schools, workplaces, and homes today in a show of solidarity for climate reform.

Today’s international protest comes three days ahead of the United Nations Climate Action Summit, which will be taking place on September 23 in New York City. Leaders from government, business, and civil society will be in attendance at the UN Climate Action Summit and are expected to tackle issues surrounding the global climate crisis.

The official Global Climate Strike Page states, “Together, we will sound the alarm and show our politicians that business as usual is no longer an option. The climate crisis won’t wait, so neither will we.”

Image is a drawing of a group of people standing in a line holding protest signs.