Today's Date: April 17, 2024
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          NEW YORK - Scores of protesters descended on Wall Street and NY's financial district today and staged
a sit-in on the streets to demand climate change.  This is a continuation of a massive demonstration in the
city yesterday.
          Today's demonstration sought to disrupt "business as usual in the corporate world." 
          Declaring fossil fuels are destroying the planet, the protesters are targeting Wall Street and big polluters.

 


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