CLIMATE ACTIVISTS FROM EXTINCTION REBELLION GLUED THEMSELVES TO THE CAPITOL TO DISRUPT HOUSE VOTES

This The Intercept article discusses how activists are attempting to change Congress’s mind about climate change.

Members of the Washington, D.C., chapter of Extinction Rebellion superglued themselves to each other and to the passages connecting the Capitol to the Rayburn and Cannon office buildings, where House members have their offices. The protesters, who are part of an international group that uses nonviolent civil disobedience tactics to advocate for action on climate change, aimed to confront House members on their way to floor votes.

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