The Camp of the Sacred Stones and the Red Warrior Camp, both leading the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline, have put out a call for solidarity actions that target the corporations and financial institutions that are building and financing this pipeline through native lands.
Michels Corporation - the contractor building the Dakota Access Pipeline through the land of the Standing Rock Sioux - is also building the fracked gas pipeline in western Vermont.
In solidarity with the #NoDAPL resistance, join Vermont's pipefighters and march onto an active Vermont Gas/Michels pipeline construction site to shut them down for the day. We'll be holding up the indigenous-led struggle 1500 miles away and raising money to send to this resistance out west.
Meet on Tuesday, September 13 at 9:00am at the Vergennes Park & Ride - the corner of Routes 7 and 22A. Please join us in this time of need. And spread the word.
P.S. - This Friday evening, September 9 come to the benefit concert to protect Geprags Park. Great music and a great cause. 80% of the proceeds go to the Protect Geprags Park legal fund; 20% of the proceeds get sent west to the Standing Rock Sioux.