Climate Emergency: Tri-State Pipeline Strike

Start: Monday, September 23, 201910:00 AM

As part of the Global Climate Strike week of action, we will be joining with residents and landowners across WV, VA, and NC who are impacted by the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines and other climate-impacting threats.

This is a public, permited, and very family-friendly event! ALL ARE WELCOME!

We will be occupying a space on S. Jefferson St. in downtown Roanoke near the site of the Wells Fargo and SunTrust buildings – two of the largest investors in both the ACP and MVP. Details on specific location TBA.

This public event is the second of two NO MVP / NO ACP actions coordinated by a tri-state coalition of WV, NC, and VA pipeline resisters. The “Circle of Protection” event will take place the day before on Sunday, Sept. 22, and will seek to serve and elevate the voices of the host community, in this case, Bent Mountain, and others now facing the destructive robbery of the Mountain Valley fracked gas pipeline. Communities resisting the Atlantic Coast Pipeline threat will come to tell their own story and stand in solidarity to protect the region’s rights to clean water and to protect their own homes and future.

More info on the "Circle of Protection" event

Everyone is required to register for the "Circle of Protection" event here:

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Co-sponsored by: Clean Water for North Carolina, FrackFree NC, Chatham Research Group, 350 Triangle, Concerned Citizens of Northampton County, Triangle Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, APPPL, Water is Life. Protect it., Friends of Buckingham, Appalachian Voices, Mothers Out Front - Roanoke and New River Valley, Mothers Out Front - Richmond, Mothers Out Front - Fairfax County, Mothers Out Front, The Chesapeake Pipeline Resistance, RVA Interfaith Climate Justice League, Virginia Peoples Climate Movement, Virginians Against Pipelines, Food & Water Watch – Virginia, Virginia Poor People's Campaign, Sustainable Roanoke, Friends of the Earth