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The Paw’dcast: Eighth Grader Natalie Su Leads First RCSD Climate Strike

Reporter Taila Lee sits down with student activist Natalie Su to discuss RCSD’s climate strike.
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Chloe Postlewaite
Natalie Su ended her speech with a quote from Dr. Seuss’s The Lorax: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

View full coverage of the climate strike by clicking here.

Over 150 students walked out of North Star Academy in the first school climate strike in the Redwood City School District on Friday, January 31. Behind the strike is one eighth grader: Natalie Su. Hosted by Taila Lee, here is The Paw Print‘s extended, exclusive interview with Su.

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Taila Lee, Coeditor in Chief
Taila Lee is the second-year coeditor in chief and a third-year reporter for The Paw Print. Along with winning regional and national awards from Journalism Education Association (JEA), SNO, and the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers, Lee is a member of KQED's Youth Advisory Board for 2019-2020. She has been featured on KQED’s Bay Curious podcast and 2019 Youth Takeover, and she co-taught a student press law workshop at the National JEA Convention in Washington D.C. in November. Lee plans to major in media studies and minor in journalism at UC Berkeley to empower youth and inspire change with journalism.
Chloe Postlewaite, Online Editor
Chloe Postlewaite is The Paw Print's online editor and a third-year journalism student. She has had a lot of fun with journalism in the past, and she enjoys taking photos and meeting new people. Aside from writing and design, she is passionate about psychology and mental health, which she plans to pursue in the future.

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