OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 23: Arian Terani, a Skyline High...

OAKLAND — Arian Terani, a Skyline High senior, hoped to lure passersby to the youth climate strike in front of City Hall on Friday. So he donned a rainbow unicorn onesie and facepaint to evoke positive curiosity as he walked around Frank Ogawa Plaza.

“I feel like if they see a bunch of people they may think, ‘Oh, it’s just another strike,’ but if they see something colorful, maybe make it like, ‘Oh, it’s a positive thing,’ ” Terani said. “I’m representing my school, Skyline High School, and we’re here to talk about pollution, homelessness, coal usage and climate justice as well. … I talk to a lot of people, including my own parents; they don’t know the stuff that we learned in school. It’s for teaching others so they could be more mindful.”

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 23: Arian Terani, a Skyline High senior, wears a rainbow unicorn onesie with his face painted in a cardboard as he along with hundreds of Bay Area students participate in a march and rally to demand an end to local industrial pollution during the Global Day of Action at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Sept. 23, 2022. (Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 23: Hundreds of Bay Area students participate in a march and rally to demand an end to local industrial pollution during the Global Day of Action at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Sept. 23, 2022. i(Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 23: Hundreds of Bay Area students participate in a march and rally to demand an end to local industrial pollution during the Global Day of Action at Frank Ogawa Plaza in Oakland, Calif., on Friday, Sept. 23, 2022. i(Ray Chavez/Bay Area News Group)

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