MoMA Drop KKR - Protect Our Communities!

Start: Friday, September 15, 2023 1:00 PM

It's time for the Museum of Modern Art to cut ties with climate destroyers like Henry Kravis.

Kravis is the co-founder of KKR, a private equity firm that has invested nearly $15 billion in fossil fuel projects in just the last two years.

KKR is behind the Coastal GasLink Pipeline currently being built through Wet’suwet’en territory in Canada. Land defenders are being violently repressed and criminalized for fighting against fossil fuels and demanding Indigenous rights.

As if that's not enough, KKR is responsible for massive expansions of racist methane gas projects poisoning black and brown communities in the Gulf South.

Henry Kravis doesn’t mind destroying Indigenous lands and vulnerable communities as long as he gets to enjoy his private jets and yachts, ignoring the lives he has ruined.

While the MoMA promises to ‘lead on sustainability’, they have no problem doing business with Kravis, giving his family leadership positions, and even naming a gallery after him.

On September 15th at 1 PM, hereditary chiefs and frontline activists from Canada and the Gulf South will travel to the MoMA to demand that the Museum keep its promises on climate justice and cut ties with the people destroying their communities.

We will be there to support them and amplify their demands. JOIN US!