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GHC Reid ASHSAA Football: Still undefeated Tafuna looking to take title again — VIDEO

This past Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Stadium, the reigning undefeated champions— the Tafuna Warriors— showed the league that they aren’t about to be beaten when they can field the high caliber players that they have running on both offense and defense. The Warriors turned off the lights for Samoana after sending them home with a 42 - 24 loss to open up the second round of ASHSAA Varsity Football.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
Tafuna’s first string quarterback Frank Mauigoa remains out due to an injury last weekend against the Vikings, which opened the opportunity for Tito Malae to show what he’s learned since his appearance as QB back in the AYFS league.
 
Malae showed that he, too, has potential, and is looking much better than the quarterback in front of him for Tafuna. He led the Warriors to a 42 - 24 victory against the Sharks, but there was another player on their offense that was selected as the Player of the Week.
 
Vikings 28 - Lions 0
 
The no.2 ranked Fagaitua Vikings showed the Leone Lions no respect, nor any mercy after a game that saw no spark from Folasa Vili of the Lions, but a lot of action from the Vikings Oly Ta’ase and Blessman Ta’ala. Leone wasn’t able to adjust or counter any of the Vikings attacks, as Fagaitua hardly had the ‘ManChild’ Blessman Ta’ala off the field (only a Sophomore).
 
Ramos Fano led the Vikings offensive unit with the pride of his unstoppable backs, and jet speed receivers that confused the Lions on running and passing attacks during their match. The Vikings not only beat Leone, but shut them out to open off the second round of ASHSAA Varsity Football with a 28 - 0 victory.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Tafuna High School Fuava’a Umu, the running back for the Warriors as the Player of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week no.6.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Logan Tago’s interception that was taken all the way back for a 90 yard touchdown.

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GHC Reid ASHSAA Football: Still undefeated Tafuna looking to take title again — VIDEO

This past Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Stadium, the reigning undefeated champions— the Tafuna Warriors— showed the league that they aren’t about to be beaten when they can field the high caliber players that they have running on both offense and defense. The Warriors turned off the lights for Samoana after sending them home with a 42 - 24 loss to open up the second round of ASHSAA Varsity Football.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
Tafuna’s first string quarterback Frank Mauigoa remains out due to an injury last weekend against the Vikings, which opened the opportunity for Tito Malae to show what he’s learned since his appearance as QB back in the AYFS league.
 
Malae showed that he, too, has potential, and is looking much better than the quarterback in front of him for Tafuna. He led the Warriors to a 42 - 24 victory against the Sharks, but there was another player on their offense that was selected as the Player of the Week.
 
Vikings 28 - Lions 0
 
The no.2 ranked Fagaitua Vikings showed the Leone Lions no respect, nor any mercy after a game that saw no spark from Folasa Vili of the Lions, but a lot of action from the Vikings Oly Ta’ase and Blessman Ta’ala. Leone wasn’t able to adjust or counter any of the Vikings attacks, as Fagaitua hardly had the ‘ManChild’ Blessman Ta’ala off the field (only a Sophomore).
 
Ramos Fano led the Vikings offensive unit with the pride of his unstoppable backs, and jet speed receivers that confused the Lions on running and passing attacks during their match. The Vikings not only beat Leone, but shut them out to open off the second round of ASHSAA Varsity Football with a 28 - 0 victory.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Tafuna High School Fuava’a Umu, the running back for the Warriors as the Player of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week no.6.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Logan Tago’s interception that was taken all the way back for a 90 yard touchdown.

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GHC Reid ASHSAA Football: Still undefeated Tafuna looking to take title again — VIDEO

This past Saturday at the Veterans Memorial Stadium, the reigning undefeated champions— the Tafuna Warriors— showed the league that they aren’t about to be beaten when they can field the high caliber players that they have running on both offense and defense. The Warriors turned off the lights for Samoana after sending them home with a 42 - 24 loss to open up the second round of ASHSAA Varsity Football.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
Tafuna’s first string quarterback Frank Mauigoa remains out due to an injury last weekend against the Vikings, which opened the opportunity for Tito Malae to show what he’s learned since his appearance as QB back in the AYFS league.
 
Malae showed that he, too, has potential, and is looking much better than the quarterback in front of him for Tafuna. He led the Warriors to a 42 - 24 victory against the Sharks, but there was another player on their offense that was selected as the Player of the Week.
 
Vikings 28 - Lions 0
 
The no.2 ranked Fagaitua Vikings showed the Leone Lions no respect, nor any mercy after a game that saw no spark from Folasa Vili of the Lions, but a lot of action from the Vikings Oly Ta’ase and Blessman Ta’ala. Leone wasn’t able to adjust or counter any of the Vikings attacks, as Fagaitua hardly had the ‘ManChild’ Blessman Ta’ala off the field (only a Sophomore).
 
Ramos Fano led the Vikings offensive unit with the pride of his unstoppable backs, and jet speed receivers that confused the Lions on running and passing attacks during their match. The Vikings not only beat Leone, but shut them out to open off the second round of ASHSAA Varsity Football with a 28 - 0 victory.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Tafuna High School Fuava’a Umu, the running back for the Warriors as the Player of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week no.6.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Logan Tago’s interception that was taken all the way back for a 90 yard touchdown.

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GHC REID ASHSAA FOOTBALL: TAFUNA BARELY MADE IT TO REMAIN ‘UNDEFEATED’

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Once again, the Warriors Varsity squad sounded off at the end of the “Battle of the Toa’s” victoriously, after barely beating the Vikings, who will be looking to come back in the second round, to correct what should’ve been a game to remember in the home of the Vikings. Tafuna thought they were about to see their first loss in 3 years of being an Unbeatable program, against Fagaitua in a 38 - 34 match.
 
There is some doubt that the Warriors quarterback Frank Mauigoa, will be fielding anytime soon, after a serious injury against the Vikings this past Saturday morning, which will most likely have him rest for 4 - 6 weeks from the game. The 2-time MVP quarterback for the Warriors is now replaced with second string QB Tito Malae, who is another threatening component of Tafuna’s team.
 
As for the Vikings, not one single player was seriously injured against the Warriors game, as Fagaitua is looking quite threatening to most of the teams in the league, especially the reigning champions.
 
If you want to talk about defense, interceptions and tackles for losses, the Vikings had the upper hand of these stats against Tafuna, but time wasn’t on their side, as they saw the Warriors using their beast mode fullback Cornelius Maiava, to brutally gain first downs and run the clock out for a desperate win of 38 - 34.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
Leone 12 - Nu’uuli 6
 
Leone Lions made the Wildcats look good this past Saturday morning, as Nu’uuli is looking like the team they’ve never been — from the beginning of the season. Compared to their two blow out losses in the past two weeks, the Wildcats have had enough, and are looking to come back and spot themselves a righteous ranking spot amongst the best this season.
 
The game became a surprisingly tough match for the Lions since the start of the first quarter. Nu’uuli stuck it out and managed to shut out the Lions leading into half time.
 
Samoa News does point out that the Lions star — all purpose player Folasa Vili — wasn’t fielded last Saturday, and this might have been the reason for the Lions minimal competitive performance against the Wildcats.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Fagaitua High School’s Anthony Tovio as the ‘Player of the Week’ for ASHSAA Football Week no.5 – Battle of the Toa.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Tafuna High School’s Cornelius Maiava’s  78 yard run for a touchdown as the Play of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week no.5 – Battle of the Toa.
 
LEONE LIONS UNDEFEATED IN JV DIVISION AT END OF ROUND ONE
 
The American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) Football Season has only begun, and already the Junior Varsity Division is closing off its first round of competition. Thursday evening, the reigning champions, Leone High School defeated the only team that stood between them and an undefeated first round — Samoana Sharks.
 
Samoana High School is not only a team that brings size, but also talent to the field every game they play – however mistakes always leave them trailing. As of now, the Sharks have not won a single game since the round started, as for the Lions, they have not lost one so far.
 
Their first meet of the season this past Thursday showed a lot of skill-based talent from a majority of the players, but it was lack of teamwork effort and communication on the part of the Sharks that led to the Lions 20 point lead heading into halftime with the Sharks frustrated on how to beat Leone’s strong defense.
The second half showed improvement from Samoana, as they managed to adjust and recoup from the first half slaughter – their defensive unit astoundingly allowed only one touchdown within the whole second half.
But Samoana rebounded a little bit too late, and the Lions roar to victory, 28 - 14.

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GHC REID ASHSAA FOOTBALL: TAFUNA BARELY MADE IT TO REMAIN ‘UNDEFEATED’

tony@samoanews.com

Once again, the Warriors Varsity squad sounded off at the end of the “Battle of the Toa’s” victoriously, after barely beating the Vikings, who will be looking to come back in the second round, to correct what should’ve been a game to remember in the home of the Vikings. Tafuna thought they were about to see their first loss in 3 years of being an Unbeatable program, against Fagaitua in a 38 - 34 match.
 
There is some doubt that the Warriors quarterback Frank Mauigoa, will be fielding anytime soon, after a serious injury against the Vikings this past Saturday morning, which will most likely have him rest for 4 - 6 weeks from the game. The 2-time MVP quarterback for the Warriors is now replaced with second string QB Tito Malae, who is another threatening component of Tafuna’s team.
 
As for the Vikings, not one single player was seriously injured against the Warriors game, as Fagaitua is looking quite threatening to most of the teams in the league, especially the reigning champions.
 
If you want to talk about defense, interceptions and tackles for losses, the Vikings had the upper hand of these stats against Tafuna, but time wasn’t on their side, as they saw the Warriors using their beast mode fullback Cornelius Maiava, to brutally gain first downs and run the clock out for a desperate win of 38 - 34.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
Leone 12 - Nu’uuli 6
 
Leone Lions made the Wildcats look good this past Saturday morning, as Nu’uuli is looking like the team they’ve never been — from the beginning of the season. Compared to their two blow out losses in the past two weeks, the Wildcats have had enough, and are looking to come back and spot themselves a righteous ranking spot amongst the best this season.
 
The game became a surprisingly tough match for the Lions since the start of the first quarter. Nu’uuli stuck it out and managed to shut out the Lions leading into half time.
 
Samoa News does point out that the Lions star — all purpose player Folasa Vili — wasn’t fielded last Saturday, and this might have been the reason for the Lions minimal competitive performance against the Wildcats.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Fagaitua High School’s Anthony Tovio as the ‘Player of the Week’ for ASHSAA Football Week no.5 – Battle of the Toa.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Tafuna High School’s Cornelius Maiava’s  78 yard run for a touchdown as the Play of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week no.5 – Battle of the Toa.
 
LEONE LIONS UNDEFEATED IN JV DIVISION AT END OF ROUND ONE
 
The American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) Football Season has only begun, and already the Junior Varsity Division is closing off its first round of competition. Thursday evening, the reigning champions, Leone High School defeated the only team that stood between them and an undefeated first round — Samoana Sharks.
 
Samoana High School is not only a team that brings size, but also talent to the field every game they play – however mistakes always leave them trailing. As of now, the Sharks have not won a single game since the round started, as for the Lions, they have not lost one so far.
 
Their first meet of the season this past Thursday showed a lot of skill-based talent from a majority of the players, but it was lack of teamwork effort and communication on the part of the Sharks that led to the Lions 20 point lead heading into halftime with the Sharks frustrated on how to beat Leone’s strong defense.
The second half showed improvement from Samoana, as they managed to adjust and recoup from the first half slaughter – their defensive unit astoundingly allowed only one touchdown within the whole second half.
But Samoana rebounded a little bit too late, and the Lions roar to victory, 28 - 14.

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Vikings remain Unbeatable – Samoana looking promising

tony@samoanews.com

The American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) advanced into week 4 of football action in the territory this past weekend, with the Fagaitua Vikings remaining undefeated and heading into their biggest game of the season this upcoming Saturday, against the only other undefeated team in the league, the reigning Champs, the Tafuna Warriors.
 
The Samoana Sharks, on the other hand, are making good changes on their side of the ball, as they’ve adjusted to a righteous path that just might take them back to the final game of the season, if they can keep up the momentum.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
On Friday, Samoana’s Junior Varsity experienced their second loss of the season, after being slaughtered by the JV Warriors, who are trying their best to fight their way up to putting their reputation to the test. As of now in the Junior Varsity Division, Leone is clearly on to top of the group, as they remain undefeated, and with Tafuna’s 20 - 0 win against the Sharks, they are looking to play a good rematch against the reigning champs of the division – the Lions.
 
Saturdays double header match up started off with the Vikings showing the Wildcats how the game is played, after they stretched a 42 - 0 lead into half time. Fagaitua brought in their second string, and it even widened the gap of points, as the Vikings proudly sailed back to the east side with a 54 - 0 win against Nu’uuli.
 
The second game of the day was one to watch, as the Clash of the Titans between the Samoana Sharks and the Leone Lions had their supporters at the edge of their seats. It was such a hard fought match that the Sharks barely made it through with the win, as the Lions weren’t letting up to full time – a win is a win, and the Sharks did go home with a 12 - 0 win.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News has selected Samoana High School’s quarterback Fa’auuga Naiuli as ASHSAA Week No.4’s Player of the Week.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Oly Ta’ase of Fagaitua Vikings 89 yard touchdown reception as the Play of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week No.4.

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Vikings remain Unbeatable – Samoana looking promising

tony@samoanews.com

The American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) advanced into week 4 of football action in the territory this past weekend, with the Fagaitua Vikings remaining undefeated and heading into their biggest game of the season this upcoming Saturday, against the only other undefeated team in the league, the reigning Champs, the Tafuna Warriors.
 
The Samoana Sharks, on the other hand, are making good changes on their side of the ball, as they’ve adjusted to a righteous path that just might take them back to the final game of the season, if they can keep up the momentum.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
On Friday, Samoana’s Junior Varsity experienced their second loss of the season, after being slaughtered by the JV Warriors, who are trying their best to fight their way up to putting their reputation to the test. As of now in the Junior Varsity Division, Leone is clearly on to top of the group, as they remain undefeated, and with Tafuna’s 20 - 0 win against the Sharks, they are looking to play a good rematch against the reigning champs of the division – the Lions.
 
Saturdays double header match up started off with the Vikings showing the Wildcats how the game is played, after they stretched a 42 - 0 lead into half time. Fagaitua brought in their second string, and it even widened the gap of points, as the Vikings proudly sailed back to the east side with a 54 - 0 win against Nu’uuli.
 
The second game of the day was one to watch, as the Clash of the Titans between the Samoana Sharks and the Leone Lions had their supporters at the edge of their seats. It was such a hard fought match that the Sharks barely made it through with the win, as the Lions weren’t letting up to full time – a win is a win, and the Sharks did go home with a 12 - 0 win.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News has selected Samoana High School’s quarterback Fa’auuga Naiuli as ASHSAA Week No.4’s Player of the Week.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Oly Ta’ase of Fagaitua Vikings 89 yard touchdown reception as the Play of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week No.4.

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Vikings remain Unbeatable – Samoana looking promising

tony@samoanews.com

The American Samoa High School Athletic Association (ASHSAA) advanced into week 4 of football action in the territory this past weekend, with the Fagaitua Vikings remaining undefeated and heading into their biggest game of the season this upcoming Saturday, against the only other undefeated team in the league, the reigning Champs, the Tafuna Warriors.
 
The Samoana Sharks, on the other hand, are making good changes on their side of the ball, as they’ve adjusted to a righteous path that just might take them back to the final game of the season, if they can keep up the momentum.
 
Coverage of the 2014 ASHSAA Football season is brought to you by Powerade and Coca Cola — distributed exclusively by GHC Reid & Co. Ltd. — Oloa O Leala — “Your Family of Fine beverages”.
 
On Friday, Samoana’s Junior Varsity experienced their second loss of the season, after being slaughtered by the JV Warriors, who are trying their best to fight their way up to putting their reputation to the test. As of now in the Junior Varsity Division, Leone is clearly on to top of the group, as they remain undefeated, and with Tafuna’s 20 - 0 win against the Sharks, they are looking to play a good rematch against the reigning champs of the division – the Lions.
 
Saturdays double header match up started off with the Vikings showing the Wildcats how the game is played, after they stretched a 42 - 0 lead into half time. Fagaitua brought in their second string, and it even widened the gap of points, as the Vikings proudly sailed back to the east side with a 54 - 0 win against Nu’uuli.
 
The second game of the day was one to watch, as the Clash of the Titans between the Samoana Sharks and the Leone Lions had their supporters at the edge of their seats. It was such a hard fought match that the Sharks barely made it through with the win, as the Lions weren’t letting up to full time – a win is a win, and the Sharks did go home with a 12 - 0 win.
 
Player of the Week
 
Samoa News has selected Samoana High School’s quarterback Fa’auuga Naiuli as ASHSAA Week No.4’s Player of the Week.
 
Play of the Week
 
Samoa News selected Oly Ta’ase of Fagaitua Vikings 89 yard touchdown reception as the Play of the Week for ASHSAA Football Week No.4.

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HISTORIC PEOPLE'S CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH SHATTERS EXPECTATIONS

Hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life took to the streets of Manhattan in what organizers are calling the largest climate change protest in history. Organizers also said the march was the largest social justice march in New York City in over a decade.

March organizers expected over 100,000 people, but that turned out to be a conservative guess. The initial estimate is 310,000. It has been six hours since the march began, and people are still streaming down 42nd Street, miles from where the march began.

The original plans were for marchers to line up on Central Park West from 60th Street to 86th Street. But at 1:45 p.m., two hours after the march started, the staging area stretched to 93rd Street and was still packed with people.

“We said it would take everyone to change everything – and everyone showed up,” said Eddie Bautista, executive director of the New York City Environmental Justice Coalition.

This march was historic in many ways. While there were many high profile participants, they were not given the mic. Instead they marched like everyone else. The only speakers at the pre-march press conference were people representing communities suffering the effects of climate change.

There were no endless speeches from talking heads. Even without the usual messengers, the message that climate action is needed now was clearly articulated. At 12:58 p.m., the front of the march stopped at 42nd Street and 7th Avenue for a moment of silence. Everyone held hands. At that point the march stretched back to Central Park West where it began. The silence sent a clear, unified message.

The significant participation of Labor in an environmental march was also historic. In the past, trade unions and “environmental caucuses” from some of the larger unions have come out for events like this. Today Labor was a significant player, which bodes well for the climate movement’s strength within the Democratic Party.

Senator Bernie Sanders, an Independent from Vermont, echoed the importance of the strong participation from Labor. “This march will be heard in Washington. The diversity will not be lost on my colleagues,” said Sanders. Sanders also warned that if the Republicans take the Senate, the chairman of the committee that will oversee climate change issues will be Jim Inhofe, who wrote a book claiming climate change is a hoax.

The historic action didn’t take place only in New York. 2,500 protests took place around the world.

In addition, at last count, 2,129,060 people around the world had also signed onto a petition calling for world leaders to take bold action at the UN Climate Summit this week.

“With hundreds of thousands marching in over 2,500 protests worldwide, this is by a long way the largest climate mobilization in history. It's a wake up call to politicians that climate change is not a green issue anymore, it's an everybody issue,” said Ricken Patel, the executive director of Avaaz, who delivered the petition to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon on the march route.

The historic participation of indigenous people was another significant development at this march. Indigenous communities affected by climate change, from the Americas to Tibet, led the march with spirited song and dance.

The question is, who was listening?

The end of the march reached 42nd Street and 7th Avenue at 5:30 p.m., six hours after it left Columbus Circle.

(Scott Galindez was formerly the co-founder of Truthout, and is now the Political Director of Reader Supported News.)

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HISTORIC PEOPLE'S CLIMATE CHANGE MARCH SHATTERS EXPECTATIONS

Hundreds of thousands of people from all walks of life took to the streets of Manhattan in what organizers are calling the largest climate change protest in history. Organizers also said the march was the largest social justice march in New York City in over a decade.

March organizers expected over 100,000 people, but that turned out to be a conservative guess. The initial estimate is 310,000. It has been six hours since the march began, and people are still streaming down 42nd Street, miles from where the march began.

The original plans were for marchers to line up on Central Park West from 60th Street to 86th Street. But at 1:45 p.m., two hours after the march started, the staging area stretched to 93rd Street and was still packed with people.

“We said it would take everyone to change everything – and everyone showed up,” said Eddie Bautista, executive director of the New York City Environmental Justice Coalition.

This march was historic in many ways. While there were many high profile participants, they were not given the mic. Instead they marched like everyone else. The only speakers at the pre-march press conference were people representing communities suffering the effects of climate change.

There were no endless speeches from talking heads. Even without the usual messengers, the message that climate action is needed now was clearly articulated. At 12:58 p.m., the front of the march stopped at 42nd Street and 7th Avenue for a moment of silence. Everyone held hands. At that point the march stretched back to Central Park West where it began. The silence sent a clear, unified message.

The significant participation of Labor in an environmental march was also historic. In the past, trade unions and “environmental caucuses” from some of the larger unions have come out for events like this. Today Labor was a significant player, which bodes well for the climate movement’s strength within the Democratic Party.

Senator Bernie Sanders, an Independent from Vermont, echoed the importance of the strong participation from Labor. “This march will be heard in Washington. The diversity will not be lost on my colleagues,” said Sanders. Sanders also warned that if the Republicans take the Senate, the chairman of the committee that will oversee climate change issues will be Jim Inhofe, who wrote a book claiming climate change is a hoax.

The historic action didn’t take place only in New York. 2,500 protests took place around the world.

In addition, at last count, 2,129,060 people around the world had also signed onto a petition calling for world leaders to take bold action at the UN Climate Summit this week.

“With hundreds of thousands marching in over 2,500 protests worldwide, this is by a long way the largest climate mobilization in history. It's a wake up call to politicians that climate change is not a green issue anymore, it's an everybody issue,” said Ricken Patel, the executive director of Avaaz, who delivered the petition to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon on the march route.

The historic participation of indigenous people was another significant development at this march. Indigenous communities affected by climate change, from the Americas to Tibet, led the march with spirited song and dance.

The question is, who was listening?

The end of the march reached 42nd Street and 7th Avenue at 5:30 p.m., six hours after it left Columbus Circle.

(Scott Galindez was formerly the co-founder of Truthout, and is now the Political Director of Reader Supported News.)

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