Start: July 25, 2015•10:00 AM
Location:200 Michigan Avenue W•#101, Battle Creek, MI 49017
5-years ago, an Enbridge pipeline ruptured spilling over 1 Million gallons of toxic tar sands oil in the Kalamazoo River — the communities of Battle Creek, Marshall, and Galesburg continue to deal with the severe negative health impacts of the spill.
On July 25th, local residents are inviting everyone to see the devastating impacts of a tar sands spill, and to stand in solitary with this communities’ struggle as we battle new proposed Enbridge pipelines across the U.S.
We must come together to resist dangerous tar sands oil and Endbrige pipelines threatening our communities, and support the communities along the Kalamazoo River as they continue to heal from this tragic spill.
Remember Kalamazoo will include:
- workshops on how to stop tar sands and pipelines in your communities
- a “Healing Walk” to the Kalamazoo River where we will hear from impacted residents first hand
- a community celebration to bring people together and show resolve to continue to fight and create healthy communities