Jamie Margolin is a climate change activist in Seattle, Washington. In 2017, Margolin founded the youth climate action organization Zero Hour with Nadia Nazar when she was 15. She serves as the co-executive director of the organization. She started Zero Hour after two catalysts - the response she saw with Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and Nara Kim is 16 year old a youth activist from Seattle, WA. She is a first-generation Korean-American and the Executive Director of March For Our Lives Seattle, a loyal youth-led organization whose goal is to end gun violence in our schools and communities. She works with students from the greater Seattle area to host voter registration Kimaya Mahajan (she/her) is a 15-year-old at Interlake High School. She has been involved in many social justice movements, but most notably is her role as a Washington co-state Lead for the US Youth Climate strikes. Although she always saw herself on the social justice/human rights side  of things, she recently learned just how connected climate Sarah Raza is a student at Redmond High School in Washington. She founded a nonprofit called Aware. The mission of Aware is to create a movement "embracing students with special needs through the formation of genuine friendships among students of all neurodiversity." Essentially, Aware does the much-needed work of advocating for students with special needs through

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