Stop the Dakota Pipeline

Join us to demonstrate in solidarity with the largest gathering of Native Peoples in over a century, as thousands of people, most from tribes across the country, peacefully converge in North Dakota to block construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.   We'll meet at noon on Saturday, September 17th in Creek Park near the Hub in San Anselmo (the intersection of Red Hill Ave. and Sir Francis Drake Blvd).  Then we'll move the the corners of the intersection, hold signs, and let our neighbors passing by know we support of the movement of native peoples to stop the pipeline's construction and protect their water and land for generations to come!  We'll also call out the big US banks funding the project. Bring a sign if you are able to make one.   We expect to have a few signs that we can hand out as well.   Here are a few pictures below from the San Francisco protest last week.  You can click HERE or on the image of the flyer below to download and share the flyer for the event.  See you there!

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September 17, 2016 at 12pm - 1:30pm
San Anselmo Hub
Jody Timms ·
Tammy Bransford Linda Nave Amy Valens Kelly Jones

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