Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Foreign-Students-in-Discussion-in-the-US-27MZIFJ6KXI1D.htmlConceptually similarSupporters at Bernie Sanders Rally in the USGP0STPPSECompleted★★★★Supporters at Bernie Sanders Rally in the USGP0STPPSFCompleted★★★★Bernie Sanders Speaking at Campaign Rally in the USGP0STPPRFCompleted★★★★Bernie Sanders Speaking at Campaign Rally in the USGP0STPKQRCompleted★★★★Bernie Sanders Speaking at Campaign Rally in the USGP0STPKQUCompleted★★★★Bernie Sanders Speaking at Campaign Rally in the USGP0STPKQVCompleted★★★★Supporters at Bernie Sanders Rally in the USGP0STPPSCCompleted★★★★New Hampshire Presidential PrimaryGP0STPPRDCompleted★★★★Supporters at Bernie Sanders Rally in the USGP0STPKQSCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STPKQZForeign Students in Discussion in the USStudents from Denmark who have volunteered for the Sanders campaign discuss the various political differences of their country with American high school students. The group have come to listen to Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders at a campaign rally at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge.Locations:New Hampshire-North America-Rindge-United States of AmericaDate:6 Feb, 2016Credit:© Andrew Lichtenstein / GreenpeaceMaximum size:5760px X 3840pxKeywords:Defending Democracy (campaign title)-Democracy-Elections-Indoors-KWCI (GPI)-Local population-Men-People-Political events-Students-Women-Young adultsShoot:New Hampshire Presidential PrimaryGreenpeace brings the solar-powered truck, the Rolling Sunlight, to New Hampshire to engage voters on the climate policies of presidential primary candidates. Greenpeace is asking candidates to pledge not to accept money from fossil fuel interests. The New Hampshire primary is the first primary election held in the United States following the Iowa Caucuses. Voters are choosing the Democratic and Republican nominees for the presidency.