Photo of the week – Sept. 16

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Photo of the week – Sept. 16

Holding hand-made signs in front of St. Louis City Hall, sophomore Maura Collins, senior Sabrina Bohn, juniors Ulaa Kuziez, Abby Caudill, Zoe Rutledge and Gillian Davis and senior Jack Carusa protest against inaction on environmental crises during school hours Sept. 20. Kuziez participated in the organization of the climate strike to plan out the logistics of the walkout and facilitate greater high school involvement. “The climate crisis is obviously the biggest threat to our lives and to our future. I still don’t think many people are treating it as a crisis, but it’s imminent, and it’s already happening right now,” Kuziez said. “A lot of the things [the speakers] were talking about was new information, so I treated it as a learning experience so I could become more educated about the issue. One of the speakers talked about how the climate crisis is fueled by capitalism and greed from fossil fuel companies who care about profits [more than] people. Her speech was talking about how it is important to think about the climate crisis as an extension of these capitalistic, colonial systems.”

Holding hand-made signs in front of St. Louis City Hall, sophomore Maura Collins, senior Sabrina Bohn, juniors Ulaa Kuziez, Abby Caudill, Zoe Rutledge and Gillian Davis and senior Jack Carusa protest against inaction on environmental crises during school hours Sept. 20. Kuziez participated in the organization of the climate strike to plan out the logistics of the walkout and facilitate greater high school involvement. “The climate crisis is obviously the biggest threat to our lives and to our future. I still don’t think many people are treating it as a crisis, but it’s imminent, and it’s already happening right now,” Kuziez said. “A lot of the things [the speakers] were talking about was new information, so I treated it as a learning experience so I could become more educated about the issue. One of the speakers talked about how the climate crisis is fueled by capitalism and greed from fossil fuel companies who care about profits [more than] people. Her speech was talking about how it is important to think about the climate crisis as an extension of these capitalistic, colonial systems.”

Caroline Judd

Holding hand-made signs in front of St. Louis City Hall, sophomore Maura Collins, senior Sabrina Bohn, juniors Ulaa Kuziez, Abby Caudill, Zoe Rutledge and Gillian Davis and senior Jack Carusa protest against inaction on environmental crises during school hours Sept. 20. Kuziez participated in the organization of the climate strike to plan out the logistics of the walkout and facilitate greater high school involvement. “The climate crisis is obviously the biggest threat to our lives and to our future. I still don’t think many people are treating it as a crisis, but it’s imminent, and it’s already happening right now,” Kuziez said. “A lot of the things [the speakers] were talking about was new information, so I treated it as a learning experience so I could become more educated about the issue. One of the speakers talked about how the climate crisis is fueled by capitalism and greed from fossil fuel companies who care about profits [more than] people. Her speech was talking about how it is important to think about the climate crisis as an extension of these capitalistic, colonial systems.”

Caroline Judd

Caroline Judd

Holding hand-made signs in front of St. Louis City Hall, sophomore Maura Collins, senior Sabrina Bohn, juniors Ulaa Kuziez, Abby Caudill, Zoe Rutledge and Gillian Davis and senior Jack Carusa protest against inaction on environmental crises during school hours Sept. 20. Kuziez participated in the organization of the climate strike to plan out the logistics of the walkout and facilitate greater high school involvement. “The climate crisis is obviously the biggest threat to our lives and to our future. I still don’t think many people are treating it as a crisis, but it’s imminent, and it’s already happening right now,” Kuziez said. “A lot of the things [the speakers] were talking about was new information, so I treated it as a learning experience so I could become more educated about the issue. One of the speakers talked about how the climate crisis is fueled by capitalism and greed from fossil fuel companies who care about profits [more than] people. Her speech was talking about how it is important to think about the climate crisis as an extension of these capitalistic, colonial systems.”

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