On Friday, November 29th, Noon to 1:00 P.M at St. Catharines City Hall. Help Keep the Pressure on for Climate Action Now!
A Call-Out from Extinction Rebellion Niagara (XRN) and Fridays for Future Niagara (FFFN)
Posted November 25th, 2019 on Niagara At Large
Niagara, Ontario – XRN and FFFN are joining in the Fourth Global Climate Strike called by Fridays for Future, the International students Climate movement, on Friday, November 29th, just days before the UN’s 25th Climate Summit.
Once more, all students (primary, secondary, tertiary, alternative), all non-essential workers and all others in St. Catharines and Niagara are encouraged to STRIKE with fellow-students and workers worldwide as part of the movement to make governments and businesses take radical action to avert the Climate Collapse crisis that will prove catastrophic for this generation and for all future generations.
Locally, regionally, XRN and FFFN are inviting ALL to join them at *City Hall, 50 Church Street*, St. Catharines, to participate in an hour long rally and CALL TO ACTION directed specially to governments and to businesses.
This event will culminate with a *’Die-in”, *the now familiar action engaged in by “Climate Rebels” everywhere. All attending are reminded to dress for the weather, especially since “dying-in” is an option.
XRN and FFFN are looking forward to the entire Niagara community STRIKING and rallying in order to send a strong message to local, regional, provincial and federal governments and to all businesses, especially the giant fossil-fuel industry: *“BUSINESS AS USUAL” MUST NOT GO ON. *
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