NYC Stands with Standing Rock
No Dakota Access Pipeline – #NoDAPL
Join Rabbi Amichai and Rabbi Kerry for an urgent, national, coordinated day of action in solidarity with the No Dakota Access Pipeline-#NoDAPL movement called by 350.org and Indigenous and environmental partners at the request of Honor the Earth, the Indigenous Environmental Network and others.
On Tuesday, November 15, district offices of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will hear our voices as we stand with Standing Rock. The Army Corps of Engineers granted the construction permits for the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Obama Administration has the power to revoke the permits and stop the pipeline at any time. This is part of a broader wave of action targeting decision-makers and stakeholders at every level, including banks that are funding the pipeline, politicians, and the mainstream media.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 @ 4:00pm to 6:30pm
This event will be peaceful and family-friendly:
4pm Assemble at Foley Square (southern end of Thomas Paine Park), 111 Worth St in lower Manhattan, for an Indigenous-led Opening Ceremony, speakers, performers, a brief on-site action training, etc.
4:45pm-5pm March from Foley Square to 26 Federal Plaza/Broadway (1 block west of Foley), the front of the Jacob Javits Federal Bldg (which houses the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers NY district office).
5pm+ Those wishing to engage in civil disobedience will be able to do so; those in support will be nearby. We will continue to rally and hear from speakers.
Foley Square (by the fountain) – 111 Worth St, NY, NY 10013
WHAT TO DO
Please sign up on the Facebook page and invite friends to join you. #NoDAPL