SoCal Indigenous Peoples and Allies in Support of Standing Rock Called on President Obama on November 15 to Put a Permanent Stop to PipelineLos Angeles, California — On November 15, thousands joined Southern California Indigenous Groups, Climate Action Organizations, Environmentalists, Political Activists, and Labor Groups in a nationwide day of action against the Dakota Access Pipeline, demonstrating in solidarity with water protectors in North Dakota at the Army Corps of Engineers office in Downtown Los Angeles, California.
Following Bernie Sanders Call for President Obama to Halt the Dakota Access Pipeline, Activists Greeted Him at a $100,000 Hillary Clinton Fundraiser in Beverly Hills
Organized by Our Revolution Los Angeles and SoCal Climate Action 350, protesters are echoing the call by Bernie Sanders and four other senators, including CA senior senator Dianne Feinstein, to halt construction on the 1,700 mile pipeline, revoke the permits and conduct a full environmental and cultural impact report.
SoCal 350 Climate Action is a sponsor to this event put on by AIM SoCal, Idle No More LA-Venice. Here is the invite…
The momentum is rising at an unprecedented rate! Los Angeles will UNITE in a show of SOLIDARITY with the rest of the Nation!
The RIGHTS and RESPECT of Indigenous people is long overdue!
From Rachel Bruhnke, SoCal 350 Volunteer Organizer:
Sick and tired of Wars for Oil? Of almost 50% of our Federal discretionary tax dollar spending going to finance wars-past, present and future? Tired of War being always seen as the “solution”, when we know that Sustainable Development and a Green Economy for All is where humanity (including the U.S.)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – JULY 10
MEDIA RELEASE: Rally/Teach-In at Exposition Park/Jessie Brewer Jr Park Near Natural History Museum of LA County Highlights Public Opposition to Dangerous Oil Trains
As Los Angeles implements a more sustainable vision of our future and our Los Angeles River, danger rides the rails into our city.