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The next day after 1lac protesters marched to alarm the global leaders that the climate change is damaging the Earth, thousands of activists gather Monday in the region of Manhattan financial district hymning with sign boards. Some of them were sitting down in the street to dissent what they believed the role of communal and economic institutions’ concerning climate catastrophe.
However, some officials reported the isolated arrest of the marchers. When asked the police, they told, they were those who dint get the permit for the protest. Though, the police, office workers and the tourists stated that the activists hymning: “We never tolerate this climate heat, we will shut down the Wall Street.” and launched large inflatable balloons in the air as the representation of the CO2 bubbles. Police pierced the balloons later on.
An urban farmer, Ben Shapiro from Youngstown, Ohio told that he was not present in the Sunday’s protest though especially came on Monday as he is worried about fracking. It’s a technique that cracks open rock layers in order to free natural gases thinks of the financial system that allows pollution.
Shapiro said, “I especially come to upset Wall Street, because it’s Wall Street which is actually damaging this.”
However, the organizers stated that we gathered here to disrupt the business in the financial region aiming to target the corporate polluters along with those who are getting huge profits from the fossil industry.
Certainly, the protest took a tense turn out as the marchers decoded to move Broadway and on to the Wall Street itself after several hours of sitting and hymning near the bull statue. The marchers bumped in to the barriers and a huge police officials appointed outside the New York Stock Exchange. Some of them tried to put off the barriers placed between the protesters and police developed. Police officials have used pepper sprays to keep the protesters away from barriers.
A protester, named as Nicholas Powers stated that the dissimilar to the Sunday’s march, today’s sot-in was less about making pledges and more of about tackling the institutions who are directly responsible for this climate crisis.