Musical activisim of Nahko and Medicine for the People
Start: Saturday, September 09, 2017• 7:00 PM
On September 8th & 9th, we're taking action across the country to #StopETP and defend indigenous rights and our water, land, air, and climate.
At Bear Creek Friends meeting we will be showing music videos by Nahko and Medicine for the People, who use their music as activism, with images and lyrics about Standing Rock, nonviolence and prayer.
By taking coordinated action targeting ETP, we will launch a broader, sustained effort to disrupt ETP’s business-as-usual until the company withdraws their unnecessary and damaging pipeline projects, stops violating human rights, and stops polluting the air, water, and climate.
Please contact your action host for any specific questions about your action, and please bring your friends out to the Day of Action to #StopETP!