Richard Andrews, who shared the poster online, said: "The young people of the world are in danger of having a future blighted by starvation, droughts and war and possibly extinction of the human race". "So I do think that if students are going to choose to go on the strike that they need to be in contact with their teachers to set up some time to learn what they miss".
Oklahoma ranks fourth among all 50 states for oil production, whose burning is blamed for climate change.
"This is about striking as a legitimate form of protest", she said.
"The idea of this protest is that we have to act now".
Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar has also expressed support, saying she will attend the national strike in Washington, D.C. Omar's 16-year-old daughter, Isra Hirsi, is one of the national organizers of the strike, along with 12-year-old Haven Coleman and 13-year-old Alexandria Villaseñor.
In contrast, a crop of Conservative lawmakers including environment secretary Michael Gove MP, clean growth minister Claire Perry and former minister Richard Benyon issued a video praising the "inspirational" climate school strikers.
"We recognise our role as a union in pushing for faster action on climate change". These candidates provide a sense of inspiration and hope for many people at my school who long to see a government with a strong policy on climate change.
Students will walk from East High School to the Capitol.
Schull Community College is also organising a whole school march to the foreshore in Schull on Friday to tie in with the Climate Strikes, organised by geography teacher Edward Sheehy. Even though Vivanco is not participating in the strike, she is glad that students around the world are.
Her move to skip school on Fridays demanding more action from authorities regarding global warming and climate change expanded. She further said that change is coming whether one likes it or not. "We demand justice for all past, current and future victims of the climate crisis, and so we are rising up", read an open letter that the activists published on the Guardian, claiming they would be protesting on "every continent" on Friday.
"We need to use our voice for us, but for all of our Pacific neighbours too".
Many politicians have shown support for the movement - among them Democratic presidential candidates Senators Kamala Harris (CA) and Bernie Sanders (VT), and former candidate Hillary Clinton. "So we have a much higher chance of doing that if we bring everyone with us", she said.
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