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Staten Island4Change Oct 28
.: We’re marching across the Brooklyn Bridge to demand action from local elected officials.
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Al Gore Oct 29
Five years since Hurricane Sandy, and dangerous storms continue to batter our coasts, with bigger downpours, flooding, and lives forever affected. We can, and we must act with urgency to solve the climate crisis.
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Jamie Tyberg Oct 28
the ecosocialists are here
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The YEARS Project Oct 30
If we continue polluting at our current pace, we'll be setting ourselves up for Sandy-level flooding every 5 years
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joan beard Oct 27
Join me for Oct. 10/28 at Cadmen Plaza - we demand a green infrastructure, local green jobs & support for the vulnerable
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WE ACT for EJ Oct 28
We march for our communities! For safe, affordable housing! For our rights!
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Laborers Local 79 Oct 27
Tomorrow AM in Cadman Plaza, join communities across NY to remember, resist & rise on the 5 year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.
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Empire State Indivisible Oct 28
The march has begun! We’re headed over the Brooklyn Bridge to call for serious in New York.
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Joseph Lhota Oct 29
5 yrs ago tonight, the tracks on 86th St Station in Brooklyn on the R line were completely flooded.
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Daniel Aldana Cohen Oct 28
Best demands visualization I’ve seen in a long time
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GoLES Oct 28
Shout out to the clean up crew for especially GOLES youth who marched & then stayed till the job was done!
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350 dot org Oct 28
Today, on the 5th anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, 5K people marched in NYC to demand action on climate. Together we are unstoppable
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Leonardo DiCaprio Oct 25
5 yrs since Superstorm Sandy, march & demand & take bold action.
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Michael Kink Oct 29
If New York state government were serious about climate change, we’d have passed a big land tax on Manhattan office towers and a big income tax on billionaires to fund a massive infrastructure green jobs program for adaptation & clean energy. Anything less is talk.
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zainab iqbal Oct 28
hey , today people marched for climate change. people marched for hurricanes. people marched for sandy.
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Bill McKibben Oct 28
Thanks so much to the folks who are making noise in New York today!
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Blaise4CityCouncil21 Oct 29
5 years later and I type this from a house that isn't mine because mine hasn't been completed in all that time
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Eddie Bautista Oct 29
I'm quoted in this NY Daily News article re: "NYC rally calls for climate change action 5 years after Sandy"
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Aaron Eisenberg Oct 28
we marched over the Brooklyn bridge as part of the action! We demand a just transition with 100% green jobs & net zero emissions
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Make the Road NY Oct 28
Our members remember Sandy today and commit to keep fighting for climate justice!
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