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New York march seeks to be largest climate change event ever
New York march seeks to be largest climate change event ever

Meaye Ndoye, a 34-year-old student from Brooklyn, volunteers frequently in his community, but he’s never participated in the type of public march that seems to occur on a weekly basis here, calling for an end to America’s military presence in Iraq or protesting the NYPD or celebrating unions. But that’s going to change Sunday, when he participates in what organizers are hoping will be the largest march ever about climate change. Organizers of the People’s Climate March are expecting anywhere from 100,000 to 400,000 people from more than 1,000 organizations to turn out Sunday and raise their voices ahead of a U.N. summit on climate change Tuesday. They’re...

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