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Children's Revolution March From Climate Camp on Kingsnorth Day of Mass Action

The Earth Aid Environmental Campaign | 07.08.2008 17:26 | Climate Camp 2008 | Climate Chaos | Ecology | Workers' Movements | London | World

The Children of the Eco Warriors will lead the Children's Revolution march with children of local residents from the site of the Camp for Climate Action near the Kingsnorth power station on Saturday.

Some of the parents of the children on the site and some of the local members of the Kingsnorth Climate Action group have asked the Metropolitan police for a written guarantee that they will not harass or attack any of the children on the march.
During the Day of Mass Action many of the climate campers will stay on the site to help organise a children's peace festival for families planning to stay onsite, and a large group of former servicemen from Iraq and Afghanistan will also stay behind to provide additional security in case of any trouble.
Local residents will be protesting against the Kingsnorth power station and they are promising a day of music, performances, and entertainment for the children.
The Carbon Town Cryer will be performing during the march and friends of Angel and Sunshine are hoping that they will be present to sing their song "For the Children" which asks the question "What have we done to our Earth, where is the love for our children?"
The Children of the Eco Warriors have issued an invitation to everyone who would like to come and get involved to do so, and they would particularly like to welcome musicians, clowns, samba bands, and other alternative entertainers to join them for a day of positive direct action to ensure the survival of future generations and to save the human race from extinction.

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  1. do you just make it up? — concerned camper