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DEAR FRIENDS,

This morning I woke up knowing the world prioritizes economic gain over safety. Today I hope you woke up and didn’t have that feeling. However, I am afraid that this won’t be true, that these materialistic ideals and selfish practices will still be prioritized. I fear the economy and personal gain will take a president over health, over ethics, over the environment. I promise to fight for what I know is right, so that you may live a better life. I promise to advocate, to never give up, never stop fighting; as long as you do the same. Climate change won’t go away until we do something about it. Climate change, for the safety of you, and for people to come, needs to be the number one priority.

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