Climate change march in D.C. | USA TODAY

Hundreds of thousands of high school students concerned about climate change planned to let their feet do the talking Friday in a nationwide walkout of classes to join Global Climate Strike marches.
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The protests were timed to begin a week of activism at the United Nations, including a Youth Climate Summit on Saturday and a U.N. Climate Action Summit on Monday. A second worldwide walkout called Earth Strike is planned for Sept. 27.

The slogan on the GCS website gets right to the point: “Our house is on fire — let’s act like it. We demand climate justice for everyone.”

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