November actions and ways to support

Hi friends! After some hiatus for traveling and scheming up our next steps, we are back with two quick plugs for the end of November, depending on where you find yourself and how you might be able to contribute to the movement...




This coming weekend, in Stamford CT:


Hands Off Appalachia
Fall Action Camp and Training

In 7 days, Hands Off Appalachia is going to Connecticut to confront UBS, a top funder of mountaintop removal coal mining, at their North American headquarters! Join us for a whole week of intensive trainings and action prep, or come to the Saturday training
in preparation for a public demonstration on Sunday 11/24 in Stamford!

It's not too late to join us! 
Find more information here. And register here
And after Thanksgiving...

(from Appalachian Voices)


The Federal Highway Administration is preparing to seal the fate of the Coalfields Expressway project and they need to hear directly from you that this project is nothing more than a mountaintop removal project being disguised as a highway.

Please join us in Washington, D.C., on Thursday, Dec. 5th as we rally in front of Federal Highways and ensure that agency officials hear our concerns.

When: 12pm Thursday, December 5th
Where: Federal Highway Administration,
              1200 New Jersey Ave SE
              Washington, D.C., 20590
               >> RSVP now! <<

The Coalfields Expressway is a Virginia highway project that has been hijacked by the coal industry so that they can seize land through eminent domain, blow up mountains, bury streams with mining waste, and ignore environmental protections while doing so.

Federal Highways will determine whether this project moves forward without any additional review or whether it is put on hold until the environmental impacts are fully considered.

Take action and voice your concerns to Federal Highways Administration now!

The choice is clear to us; we need to make sure it is clear to them. See you in D.C. December 5.




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