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Jeannie McMacken/Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Port Townsend students protest for change

PORT TOWNSEND — A group of about 50 Port Townsend High School students took to Water Street on Friday to voice their concerns about climate change, saying not enough is being done to cut emissions and stop global warming.

An estimated 123 nations — including 957 high schools in the U.S. — reportedly participated in Friday’s Global Climate Strike.

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