Joe Cantillo, 59, left, his granddaughter Violet Izquierdo, 3, center, and daughter Amber Cantillo, 37, right, join hands on Miami Beach's shore on Saturday morning for the Hands Across the Sand movement to say no to offshore drilling and fracking and yes to clean energy and renewables.
Joe Cantillo, 59, left, his granddaughter Violet Izquierdo, 3, center, and daughter Amber Cantillo, 37, right, join hands on Miami Beach's shore on Saturday morning for the Hands Across the Sand movement to say no to offshore drilling and fracking and yes to clean energy and renewables. LESLIE OVALLE For the Miami Herald
Joe Cantillo, 59, left, his granddaughter Violet Izquierdo, 3, center, and daughter Amber Cantillo, 37, right, join hands on Miami Beach's shore on Saturday morning for the Hands Across the Sand movement to say no to offshore drilling and fracking and yes to clean energy and renewables. LESLIE OVALLE For the Miami Herald

Beachgoers raise Hands Across the Sand against fossil fuels

May 23, 2017 12:31 PM

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