Photo from Unicorn Riot "On election night 2016, we began our peaceful direct action campaign to a Dakota Access construction site and burned at least 5 pieces of heavy machinery in Buena Vista County, IA. Details regarding this action are attached to this statement below. This was information which was not shared with the public. We recognize that our action wasn’t much, but we at least stopped construction for a day at that particular site. We then began to research the too
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“I would hope that people can recognize that 'environmentalist' is used as a dirty word in a lot of ways and I think that’s really missing the point. We are dependent on eco-systems, watersheds, and air --
Art installation by First Seven Design Labs. Photo by Meg Lemieur PHILLY RESIDENTS SAY ‘WHOSE INDEPENDENCE DAY’: HIGHLIGHT SETTLER COLONIALISM WITH GATHERING AND ART INSTALLATION JULY 4TH The 4th of July is generally considered a time when all Americans celebrate, but some Philadelphia organizations intend to demonstrate that the sentiment is not ubiquitous across the United States. A broad coalition of organizations representing African-American, Native-Americans / Indigenou
Photo by Matt Rourke Full Article from Kathleen E. Carey, Delaware County Daily Times: http://www.delcotimes.com/general-news/20170701/usw-workers-mull-strike-against-philadelphia-energy-solutions-refinery#author1 From Kathleen E. Carey: Approximately 750 union workers at Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery in South Philadelphia will be making a decision this week at special emergency meetings whether or not to strike because of pension and health care changes mid-contract