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Blackpink, Amanda Gorman kick off UN week with calls for climate action

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South Korean pop band Blackpink and American poet Amanda Gorman urge action on climate change. Gorman read a new poem in the UN General Assembly chamber in New York. The pair were taking part in an event to promote the 17 sustainable development goals created by the United Nations in 2015.
2 months ago·New York, United States

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Poet Amanda Gorman, K-pop's Blackpink push global goals at U.N.

South Korean pop band Blackpink and American poet Amanda Gorman took to the United Nations stage on Monday to urge action on climate change and other global goals that include achieving gender equality and ending hunger and poverty.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Poet Amanda Gorman hopes to unite the world with 'An Ode We Owe' poem at United Nations

24-year-old poet Amanda Gorman wanted to express the impact of unity through her words in front of world leaders at the United Nations.

2 months ago·United States
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Amanda Gorman recites excerpt of new poem live on CNN

Amanda Gorman debuted a new poem at the United Nations focusing on global challenges including poverty and hunger. The poet and author joined CNN's Anderson Cooper to share her poetic process and even recited an excerpt live.

2 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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Q&A: Amanda Gorman talks UN poem, fame, future presidency

When poet Amanda Gorman was invited to read a newly developed poem at the U.N. General Assembly, the young sensation took a deep look at how societal issues like hunger and poverty have impacted Earth’s preservation

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Blackpink, Amanda Gorman kick off UN week with calls for climate action

American poet Amanda Gorman and South Korean pop band Blackpink called for climate action Monday as world leaders descend on New York City for the United Nations (UN) General Assembly this week. Taking the General Assembly stage on Monday, Gorman read her latest poem, “An Ode We Owe,” urging action on poverty, world hunger, gender…

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Poet Amanda Gorman, K-pop's Blackpink push global goals at UN

UNITED NATIONS: South Korean pop band Blackpink and American poet Amanda Gorman took to the United Nations stage on Monday (Sep 19) to urge action on climate change and other global goals that include achieving gender equality and ending hunger and poverty. Gorman read a new poem in the UN General Assembly

2 months ago·Singapore
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