VARESE, 10 luglio 2021-Fridays for Future calls all climate strikers to press for systemic changes in its next Global Climate Strike on 24 September 2021, to demand intersectional climate justice from world leaders, especially politicians from the Global North.
The historical victories of collective action have proven the urgency for the global youth to stand united with the multisectoral, intergenerational struggle for a better future for all; a future where people and planet are prioritized.
Our fight for climate justice will continue with a global climate strike on 24 September 2021. We must stand more United than ever to emphasize unprecedented socio-economic problems, such as ever-increasing impacts of climate destruction, vaccine inequality, especially for the Most
Affected People and Areas (MAPA), who are suffering the worst impact of the climate crisis.
For decades, MAPA populations have been left to fend for themselves by those (mainly the Global North), who have caused the devastating destruction of their economies. We stand in solidarity alongside MAPA and will amplify the persistent, yet unheard, voices of
environmental and land defenders in their fight for climate and economic justice.
Join this global youth movement on 24 September 2021 to spotlight those socio-economic crises with the hashtag #UprootTheSystem, to put pressure on and hold accountable first-world leaders, to make reparations for the plethora of socio-economic crises and historic injustices they have wrought, such as racism, sexism, ableism, class inequality, pollution, forced migration, and the devastation left by the extraction of fossil fuels and natural resources.