Climate Change Protest held in Times Square, Interrupted by Burning Rubber, No Arrests

Group of bikers doing wheelies and donuts, interrupting climate Extinction Rebellion protest by burning rubber in Times Square.

Protesters marched from Columbus Circle to Times Square in NYC today (September 20) to speak up about Climate Change and Racial Justice.

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Video by @NewYorkCityPeople and Scootercaster (FNTV

Extinction Rebellion was gathered yesterday for the annual Climate March which is held on September 20th.

They marched down Broadway on the roadway to Times Square, where they eventually spilled “blood” with 100 dollar bills.

There were no arrests during this event, a stark contrast to Abolish ICE protest held about the same time, the same place one day before, where about 65 people were arrested soon after it began.

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