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    Here's Why People Participated In The People's Climate March In New York City

    "I'm marching for the honeybees."

    On Sept. 21, 400,000 people gathered in New York City to participate in the People's Climate March to bring attention to climate change.

    Angela and Rowland

    Bill and Elizabeth Laberge

    Anastasia Taylor, Code Pink

    Bill McKibben, author and co-founder of

    Cynthia Maldonado, Housing and Displacement Contingent

    Jasmine, Alex, and André, SEIU and La Fuente

    Erika Bucior and Sarah Schmidlin, Ithaca College

    John Bachtell, Communist Party USA

    Juan Pedro Chang, Central Unitaria de Trabajadores del Perú

    Kate, Camille, and Bilou

    Khalil James, James Madison University Earth Club


    Kris Weber, Vassar College student along with other current Vassar students and Vassar alumni

    Landon, who came with 47 others from Athens, Georgia


    Silaka Cox, Rockaway Youth Task Force


    Malik, Environment America

    Mette Newth

    Mark and Adam


    Sabrina Fu, Citizens Climate Lobby

    Roxanne, Citizens Climate Lobby

    Dr. Saleemul Huq, Director of the International Center for Climate Change and Development

    Sarah Butler, Ithaca College


    Linda Lee, Climate Justice Alliance