NYC Is Letting All 1.1M Of Their Students Skip Class For The Climate Strike
What a great idea.
The city’s department of education sent notice to all schools that any student attending the protest will have their absence excused. Middle and high school students will need to get permission from their parents and guardians to attend, and while elementary students — who are also invited to participate — will need to be signed out by a parent or guardian.
TheGlobal Climate Strike website says,“Millions of us will walk out of our workplaces and homes to join young climate strikers on the streets and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels. Our house is on fire — let’s act like it. We demand climate justice for everyone.”Read more: Scary Mommy »
So today they're learning responsibility If i was still a student I’d have been there. Day off the routine absolutely! Almost Any cause! I’d even drive there - eat a double steak burger. Cassandra Stone, the woman who wrote this “informative article” blocked me simply because I disagree with her BS. This article is disgusting because its pure nonsense. Shame on adults telling their kids they will die, just to push their lies of agenda. Shame.
So damn stupid. Telling kids that they’re going to die soon unless we do something about the climate is repulsive. I bet half these kids dont even know why they’re there. They just know they get to skip school. So stupid. Smh
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