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April 18, 2015, Washington D.C. — Dozens of Sikhs sang and marched for the earth on Saturday to celebrate the 45th anniversary of Earth Day. Global Citizen 2015 Earth Day, hosted by Earth Day Network and the Global Poverty Project, brought together more than 250,000 people to hear messages and watch videos about fighting climate change and extreme poverty, in between musical performances. Gathered at the Washington Monument Grounds, the Sikh group along with thousands of others watched and listened to politicians, non-profit leaders, musicians, film stars, and activists explain the growing concerns with climate change and how its effects exacerbate extreme poverty, and vice versa.