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Teen climate activist talks strike: Adults are not holding up their bargain of the deal, but kids are

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A new generation is taking the future of our planet into their own hands. Teen climate activists, including Jamie Margolin - a 17 year-old from Seattle and the founder and co-executive director of the organization Zero Hour - pressed lawmakers on Capitol Hill yesterday to take action. She joins Craig Melvin to discuss.