Save the date! Tuesday, Nov. 15!
For those of you who wish to support the Standing Rock Sioux against the Dakota Access Pipelline (DAPL) in a day of action, the following environmental and social justice organizations have asked all their supporters and local groups in the US to coordinate a day of action targeting the Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) on Nov. 15.
We are 350 Sonoma, and the newly formed Sonoma County - Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux. We are supporting 350 Bay Area's rally in SF.
Save the date! Sign up here:
TUES NOV 15, 6:30 AM - NATIVE AMERICAN SUNRISE CEREMONY
San Francisco Civic Center Plaza
Polk and Grove (Civic Center BART)
MASS NONVIOLENT DIRECT ACTION at US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS
1455 Market St (@ 11th St, just south of Van Ness)
We realize 6:30 AM is an ungodly early hour to start the event, especially if you are coming from Sonoma County. 350 Bay Area's indigenous partners have requested to begin with a sunrise prayer ceremony. We hope you will participate. The Sioux are on the frontline of fighting the fossil fuel industry which is impelling us to climate catastrophe. We must stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). We must support the Sioux - they are not only protecting their lands and water, they are protecting all of us.
Details, carpool info to follow!
Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN)
Honor the Earth
Rainforest Action Network (RAN)
Oil Change International
Sonoma County - Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SonomaNoDAPL/
350 Sonoma - https://www.facebook.com/350Sonoma/
If you or friends are not in the area, see this map for other locations this day of action on Tuesday, Nov. 15 is happening across the country:
Here's another possible site to check - nodaplsolidarity.org, suggested by one of our partners. P.S. I don't know anything about the nodaplsolidarity.org site. I've only just heard about this site from one of our partners:
"Just a suggestion that in addition to registering with the national 350.org Action Center page, the nodaplsolidarity.org folks would appreciate our registering on their Action Center page as well... more publicity!"