Political Agenda — Singapore’s First Climate Strikers

Author: New Naratif
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On 13 March 2020, J-Min, an 18 year old student, held Singapore’s first Climate Strike when she skipped school to protest in front of the offices of ExonMobil. On 22 March, 20 year old Minh held up a placard in front of Toa Payoh Community Club which said “Singapore is better than Oil.” PJ Thum talks to these two Singaporeans about their strike, themselves, their activism, their goals, and their hopes for the future. Support them by making a sign against climate change, taking a photo, and putting it online with #Fridays4FutureSG, #ClimateStrikeSG, and tagging@Fridays4FutureSG.

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