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Earth Day 2018: A people-powered movement
by Daisy Simmons
Yale Climate Connections Translate This Article
19 April 2018
On 19 April 2018 Yale Climate Connections reported:
Forty-eight years ago this month, some 20 million people gathered in cities and towns across the U.S., holding teach-ins, handing out daisies, burying caskets full of trash, parading nets of dead fish, and more. It was at that time an unprecedented stand for the Earth. The actions of that single day helped usher in a new era of cultural awareness about the environment, heightening the national focus on a unifying domestic issue after years of divisive and often toxic debate over the Viet Nam War. Policymakers took their cues.
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