Tuesday in Des Moines: Stop the Dakota Access pipeline #NoDAPL

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Tuesday in Des Moines: Tell the Army Corps of Engineers to stop the Dakota Access pipeline. #NoDAPL

Join a massive national day of action against the Dakota Access pipeline by attending a protest in Des Moines on Tuesday Nov. 15.

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Dear 5849376,


Donald Trump's presidency will be be a disaster for many of the people and things we care about most – including indigenous rights and the climate. We will fight with everything we've got to stop Trump's dangerous and reckless agenda, but right now we also have to keep the pressure on President Obama to do what's right while he's still in office and stop the Dakota Access pipeline.

In recent weeks, nearly 400,000 CREDO members have signed the petition urging President Obama to stop the Dakota Access pipeline, and thousands more have made calls. A decision on the pipeline's final permit is expected to be made any day now. It's time to disrupt business as usual and take this fight to the next level.

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, we're joining our friends at Indigenous Environmental Network, Honor the Earth, 350 and dozens of other indigenous rights, progressive and environmental groups for a massive #NoDAPL day of action. Thousands of people will join protests across the country to demand that the Army Corps of Engineers stop the Dakota Access pipeline – and there's an event planned near you in Des Moines.

Can you join the event in Des Moines on Tuesday Nov. 15?

What: Day of Action against the Dakota Access pipeline
Where: Neal Smith Federal Building, 210 Walnut St, Des Moines
When: 1:00 PM

If you are planning to attend the event in Des Moines, please RSVP now so local organizers know how many people to expect and can follow up with you with any final details you need to know.

The Army Corps of Engineers fast-tracked the Dakota Access pipeline without proper consultation, and as a result, bulldozers are approaching Standing Rock as we speak. Now it's time for them to take action to make it right. These coordinated, massive demonstrations across the country will make it clear that our movement will not allow indigenous rights, our water or our climate to be sacrificed. We will fight this pipeline until it is stopped for good.

Will you be at the action in Des Moines on Tuesday Nov. 15? Click here to RSVP.

The fight against the Dakota Access pipeline is the biggest climate and indigenous rights fight happening in the country right now, and this movement is one of the most courageous stands against a fossil fuel project our country has ever seen. Together, our activism stopped the Keystone XL pipeline just over one year ago today. Now, we need to use our power to stop Dakota Access.

We will continue to fight until native sovereignty is honored, indigenous rights are protected and the federal government values our communities, water and climate over fossil fuel profits. Thank you for fighting with us.

Click the link below to RSVP for the action in Des Moines on Tuesday Nov. 15.


See you in the streets,

Josh Nelson, Deputy Political Director
CREDO Action from Working Assets

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