By Jeff Smith

350 Missoula is organizing support for the Standing Rock Sioux and
representatives of over 100 other Indian tribes who have gathered to stop
the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota. We ask that you participate in
a rally in Missoula next Tuesday, September 13.

The movement to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline is growing stronger. You
can demonstrate your support for the Standing Rock Sioux at the Sacred
Stones Camp by joining us in solidarity:

Tuesday, September 13th, on the Higgins Street Bridge from 4 to 6 P.M.

This is one of dozens of demonstrations organized by and all are
happening on September 13.

The Standing Rock Sioux have taken a strong stand to protect their land and
water in what is a battle all of us share against an oppressive, out of
control industry. The demonstrators on the front line call themselves
protectors not protesters.

We join with them because we know that continuing reliance on fossil fuels
can no longer be tolerated. Climate scientists, catastrophic weather
events, and historical data are converging: The action we take now is
critical to life in the very near future.

If you want some background information on the Standing Rock Sioux and what
the nonviolent, civil disobedience in the path of the pipeline is all
about, go to an amazing story about LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, who is a
tribal historian:

Let us know you’re coming by signing up using the link below and bring art
and banners — and please share on social media with #NoDAPL.

Sample messages for art include: People over Pipelines, #NoDAPL, In
Solidarity with Standing Rock, Obama: Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline


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We look forward to seeing you on Tuesday.