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Episode Three of Climate Stew: Sounds and Voices from Peoples Climate March

Armed with my audio recorder, I marched in NYC last week with the Queers for the Climate. In this short podcast you will hear a dozen people explain why they are marching for climate. Included among the group of passionate and humorous folks is Justin Vivian Bond, the well known performer who also wrote the memoir, Tango: My Childhood, Backwards and in High Heels. Also, listen for the profound moment of silence followed by the raucous moment of noise followed by a marching band and protest chants.

 Rev. Nancy Wilson opens and closes the segment with words of wisdom and hope. See the complete show notes here and also enjoy Climate Stew podcast on iTunes and Stitcher Radio.

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Author: Peterson Toscano

Peterson Toscano is a quirky queer Quaker concerned about Climate Change. His website is www.petersontoscano.com

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