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Maiysha is incredible, as a public speaker, a rally organizer, a storyteller. If you're a young person, she's also very relatable, as she's just started her final year of high school. If you're older, that just makes her all the more remarkable.
Maiysha's path to activism is easy to follow, and most of us might have had similar experiences. Which poses the question, if Maiysha can do so much, while still at school, why can't we all do more as well?
This is a great episode to use to introduce your family, friends, and kids to Climactic. If you'd like to know more about SS4C, just let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we'll get you answers to your questions.
Hazel Fidecaro — Producer
Rich Bowden — Editor-in-Chief
Mark Spencer — Founder
Maxine Bazeley — Host
Georgia Sheil — Host
Bronwyn Gresham — Host
- Student protest: Not your typical activists: students strike over climate 'inaction'
- BBC World Service - Newsday, Why are Australia's school children on strike?
- The Today Show on Twitter: ""We don’t want to live in a world where floods are happening and droughts and bushfires are happening all the time." - These passionate kids are walking out of school, demanding something be done about climate change! Would you let your school children go on strike? #9Today https://t.co/qbPQmNUTWT" / Twitter