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One year ago today we were at the Governor's radio show demanding he stay true to his word and hold #ETP accountable for their illegal deeds. To date, the Governor, who is up for re-election, has said nothing concerning the unethical use of local municipalities to suppress water protector's Constitutional right to assemble and protest. Nor has he commented on the court-backed agreement that #BBP worked illegally on private land without permission.

Help us challenge these unjust laws for water protectors everywhere by donating to our cause at:

https://uk.gofundme.com/f/LELVlegal
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Three water protectors arrested today for demanding that Louisiana Governor John Edwards meet with the residents of St. James. The Bayou Bridge Pipeline would end in St. James, a black community that is already surrounded by toxic fossil fuel infrastructure. A State Court ruled that construction of the pipeline must halt until an evacuation route was created for St. James residents to use if a toxic accident were to occur. Construction has continued despite the Court order. Today we went to a radio show where Governor Edwards was speaking and urged his staff to set up a meeting with St. James residents. Instead of setting up a meeting, the Governor's staff had water protectors arrested. Please contact Governor Edwards. Demand that he meet with the residents of St. James and give St. James an evacuation route! Call: 225-342-7015 Send an email message: http://gov.louisiana.gov/index.cfm/form/home/4 #NoBayouBridge #GiveStJamesAWayOut #RiseTogether
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St. James Parish Council and Planning Commission violated state open meetings law when they held secret meetings concerning the $1.25 billion Wanhua chemical plant proposed for the Convent area.

In a new state court lawsuit, the plaintiffs accused parish officials of "purposely circumventing the strictures of the Open Meetings Law" and of hiding "the invitation-only meeting from the public," held six days before the commission approved a key land use application for the plant in late May.

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Dirty deals behind closed doors are par for the course in St. James.
Politicians continue to put profit over people.

https://www.theadvocate.com/baton_rouge/news/article_164c3d86-a8be-11e9-9421-5372ba92af98.html
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Standing with our relatives locking down to protect Mauna Kea today.
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JULY 20TH, 2019 +11AM -
LAWTON, OKLAHOMA
ACTION ALERT
The Indigenous Environmental Network is proud to partner with United We Dream, Black Lives Matter OKC, Dream Action Oklahoma and the ACLU of Oklahoma to demand the current administration #ClosetheCamps.
The administration is moving to make the former Indigenous concentration camp and Japanese Internment camp, Fort Sill, a concentration camp for our Indigenous relations seeking to cross the so-called American 'border."
We know the historical trauma and cultural loss that comes along with the pain of concentration camps, of the American government tearing babies from the arms of their parents, and we have the moral responsibility to protect these families many of whom are migrating due to the climate chaos caused by Americans.
Buses available from several states check FB event for more info:
https://m.facebook.com/events/321459505431811/?ti=icl
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Art by Bunky Echo-Hawk
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Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce is selling out local brown communities so we are shutting them down!

#AbortThePort #GiveUsBackOurBabies #FuqIce #FuqTrump #ProtectChildren
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Cherri
Happening now! #AbortaThePort #AbolishICE #GiveUsOurKidsBack Salt Lake City Chamber of Commerce!
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BEACH CLOSURES UPDATE β€” Additional beaches have been listed unsafe in Mississippi and Louisiana as Harmful Algae Bloom(HAB) expands slowly east. The latest closures include most of Gulfport, Mississippi.

That makes 12 beaches areas closed in Mississippi, over a dozen beaches within an advisory in Louisiana, and over a dozen fecal bacteria alerts in Texas.

All people and pets encouraged to STAY OUT of the water in algae impacted locations. In addition, eating seafood from algae impacted locations is not recommended.

https://wgno.com/2019/06/28/over-a-dozen-beaches-closed-in-louisiana-and-mississippi-due-to-harmful-algae-bloom/