Join the 1st Annual Lunaape Language camp at Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp from Monday, September 18th through Wednesday, September 20th. Registration is a minimum $10 donation. All are welcome to attend!
*Sunrise ceremony each morning. Breakfast and lunch provided*
Monday, September 18th: 9am-3pm & 6pm-9pm
Tuesday, September 19th: 9am-3pm & 6pm-9pm
Wednesday, September 20th: 9am-12pm ONLY
In case of rain, Lunaape Language camp will be held at the Ramapough Community Center (189 Stag Hill Rd, Mahwah, NJ 07430). For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come out to learn our Lunaape Language
at this HISTORIC, INAUGURAL
Lunaape Language Camp!!!
Join the 1st Annual Lunaape Language camp at Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp from Monday, September 18th through Wednesday, September 20th. Registration is a minimum $10 donation. All are welcome to attend!
The Ramapough Lenape Indian Nation hosts its annual powwow at Ringwood Manor (Sally's Field). Parking is free (typically behind the field by Farm Road area). Hours are 11-6 on Saturday, with the Grand Entry at 12 noon, and 11-5 on Sunday. Suggested donation : adults $8.00, children 5-12 $3.00. Under three years old, free. Elders 60+ $5.00. There will be Native American crafts for sale, dancing and Native American food. Other tribes also come to participate and dance and sell their crafts.
For further information:
Tony Moon Hawk, 917-415-5139
Marcey Tree in the Wind 973-981-1954
Turtle Clan Chief Vincent Mann 862-274-0023
NOTE - THIS IS A NEW TIME AND LOCATION FOR THIS MEETING.
Pack the house to oppose the pipeline and protect the Pinelands!
The Pinelands Commission intends to vote on whether or not to approve the application by New Jersey Natural Gas to construct a high pressure pipeline through a portion of the Pinelands. The Commissioners need to see a room packed full of Pinelands Supporters. They have to cast their vote in front of you.
The New Jersey Natural Gas Southern Reliability Link pipeline is a 30-mile, 30" diameter, 722 psi gas transmission pipeline slated to be routed from Chesterfield, in Burlington County, through the Pinelands to Manchester, in Ocean County. This pipeline is associated with the Garden StateExpansion, which includes a new compressor station in Chesterfield. These projects put the health and resources of residents, our ecosystem, and our environmental regulations at risk.
The Commission needs eight affirmative votes to move this project forward (there are a total of 15 Commissioners). A recusal or abstention counts as a no vote.
In spite of the turmoil around the NJNG Gas Pipeline, the Pinelands Commission could also take a very positive action on September, 14th. For the first time in its history, the full Commission will be presented with a resolution that would greatly reduce the harm being done by off-road vehicles in the heart of the Pinelands National Reserve - Wharton State Forest. If passed, the Wharton Resolution will have the force of effect to designate only those sand roads marked on the USGS map as being available for use by motorized vehicles. This map of Wharton will be made available to the public and will present a great public access benefit to those who are seeking a reliable and responsible way to explore its 122,800 acres of preserved open space.
You can review the meeting agenda here: http://www.nj.gov/pinelands/home/meetings/documents/2-agenda%209-8-17.pdf
You can review the meeting packet here:
You can review the Executive Director's report on the NJNG SRL pipeline here: http://www.pinelandsalliance.org/downloads/pinelandsalliance_1587.pdf
Please arrive early - by 9:00am - to get a good seat
This is a photo show featuring images by Heather Warburton taken along the proposed route of the South Jersey Gas Pipeline. This area is too beautiful and important to risk. There will be a special guest speaker, Lena Smith from Food and Water Watch talking about aquifers and the dangers of the pipeline
BEYOND STANDING ROCK takes a close-up look at the controversy on the front lines of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The film investigates the collision of energy development and tribal rights/sovereignty. BEYOND STANDING ROCK explores these issues through three different tribal stories: The Dakota Access Pipeline (Standing Rock Sioux), the Southern Ute Tribe energy development, and a coalition of tribes in the Four Corners region, fighting for control over the Bears Ears National Monument.
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with producer Leigh Paterson.
This program is co-sponsored by the East Brunswick Human Relations Council.
We will be holding an Organizers Meeting on Thursday, August 31st at 7pm at the Ramapough Community Center (189 Stag Hill Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430) for those interested in getting involved at Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp. All are welcome to join any of the following committees:
- Fundraising Committee
- Gardening Committee
- Outreach Committee
- Start a committee that fits your interests and the needs of the camp!
All are welcome to attend. Anushiik!
ATTENTION WRITERS, POETS, SIGN INTERPRETERS--
Indivisible Underground NJ is organizing an event at Index Art Center (1st Floor) on AUGUST 12TH, 2017. Door donations will go directly to the Coalition Against Pilgrim Pipeline. Visit https://stoppilgrimpipeline.com/ for more information!
and more TBD!
tasty vegan hors d'oeuvres by Yema Rose and Racho Deetz
Are you, or is anyone you know, interested in reading poetry, short stories, performing spoken word, or interpreting via American sign language for the event? The content does not need to be specific to the fundraiser but should include themes of social justice, political issues, or environmentalism. If interested, please contact one of the hosts or post your request in the comments!
Ken Dolsky from Coalition Against Pilgrim Pipeline will be presenting information about the organization at 7pm.
In addition to food, spoken word presentations, and music there will be letter writing stations, a CAPP petition, and voter registrations available for all who attend. Invite all your friends- We really need a lot of people to come out and support this vital environmental cause happening in our area! Thanks and we'll see you there!
Join us for a film screening of Mann v. Ford, the story of the Ramapough Lenape Nation's epic battle against two American giants: the Ford Motor Company and the Environmental Protection Agency, which failed to ensure that Ford cleaned the land of deadly toxins and erroneously declared the community safe and clean of toxic waste. Following the movie will be a discussion led by Ramapough tribal members and storytelling by the fire. Free will suggested donation of $5-15 (no one will be turned away).
Bring blankets and/or something comfortable to sit on. All are welcome to pitch a tent and spend the night. All overnight guests must abide by the ground rules and follow protocol set forth by water protectors. Familyfriendly! **We ask that if you intend to stay overnight, please arrive by 3pm for Orientation and to set up your tent. Thank you!
Movie begins at 5pm sharp. Food and snacks will be available for purchase including smores!
Mann v. Ford movie trailer: http://www.hbo.com/documentaries/mann-v-ford/video/trailer.html?autoplay=true
The Ramapough Mountain Indians have lived in the hills and forests of northern New Jersey, less than 40 miles from midtown Manhattan, for hundreds of years. In the 1960s, their neighbor in nearby Mahwah, the Ford Motor Company, bought their land and began dumping toxic waste in the woods and abandoned iron mines surrounding their homes.
Ford has acknowledged the dumping. In the 1980s, the Ramapough’s homeland was placed on the Environmental Protection Agency’s list of federally monitored Superfund sites – and supposedly cleaned up by Ford. However, thousands of tons of toxic waste were left behind.
In 2006, the residents of Upper Ringwood, after suffering for years from a range of mysterious ailments, including deadly cancers, skin rashes and high rates of miscarriage, filed a mass action lawsuit seeking millions of dollars from Ford as compensation for their suffering. Ford denied all responsibility for the illnesses devastating the community and claimed its flawed cleanup had fully complied with all EPA rules.
On Thursday, August 10th at 1:30pm, please come out and support Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp water and land protectors for a hearing at Mahwah Municipal Court (475 Corporate Dr, Mahwah, NJ 07430).
Can't make it but want to help? Please consider donating to the Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp Protectors Defense Fund and sharing widely. We are in URGENT need of funds to cover legal fees: https://fundly.com/split-rock-sweetwater-prayer-camp-protectors-defense-fund.
Since October 2016, under the leadership of the Ramapough Lenape Nation, Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp has been holding space and leading the fight against the proposed Pilgrim Pipeline, a 178-mile pipeline that would carry up to 200,000 barrels of crude oil per day from Albany, New York to Linden, New Jersey endangering local water supplies, sacred sites, and essential wetlands.
Unfortunately, the presence of Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp has exposed deeper issues surrounding indigenous sovereignty, land rights, freedom of religion, and discrimination against the Ramapough Lenape Nation. Water and land protectors at Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp have experienced harassment, intimidation, and false accusations on an ongoing basis from the Town of Mahwah and surrounding Polo Club neighbors.
Now, coincidentally, three protectors have been charged in connection to alleged vandalism near Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer including Ramapough Lenape Nation Tribal Chief, Dwaine Perry.
Pack the house to oppose the pipeline!
The New Jersey Natural Gas Southern Reliability Link pipeline is a 30-mile, 30" diameter, 722 psi gas transmission pipeline slated to be routed from Chesterfield, in Burlington County, through the Pinelands to Manchester, in Ocean County. This pipeline is associated with the Garden State Expansion, which includes a new compressor station in Chesterfield. These projects put the health and resources of residents, our ecosystem, and our environmental regulations at risk.
The Pinelands Commission is a group of 15 individuals appointed to uphold the Comprehensive Management Plan (CMP), the rules put in place to protect the Pinelands.
Please come and explain your objections to the project and how the pipeline violates the CMP.
A few of these violations:
1. The current route goes through the Pinelands Preservation Area designated by the Pinelands Protection Act. This route is unnecessary and could instead go through the less sensitive Pinelands Protection Area. In cases such as this one, where a route through the Protection Area is feasible, it is required by the CMP.
2. The pipeline is not needed, and thus is not genuinely associated with the needs of Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst. The Joint Base is unable to tap into a 30", 722 psi pipeline without major infrastructure, and NJNG has no intention to modify the system in the near future. Additionally, neither NJNG or the Board of Public Utilities has conducted a reliability analysis that shows that this project is necessary for the base or for the system as a whole. Independent expert reports have demonstrated that the project is unnecessary
3. The pipeline fails to meet essential water resource protections outlined in the CMP. The route runs through two Superfund sites for which the EPA has required specific remediation actions. It is essential to avoid any possible resuspension or spread of contaminants within these areas. Available data on contamination and site geology in these areas and throughout the route is insufficient to ensure the safety of construction and operation of the pipeline.
Learn more about the pipeline here: http://www.pinelandsalliance.org/protection/hotissues/development/njnatgasline/
Comments may also be submitted in writing to the commission at email@example.com until 5pm on August 2, 2017.
We need you to come out to march and rally Governor Christie to protect the Delaware River basin from fracking! We are coming together on Tuesday, July 25th to call on our Governor to make the temporary moratorium on fracking in the basin permanent. We are rallying for the river because it provides drinking water to 17 million people. Nearly seven years ago, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) put in a temporary moratorium on fracking in the Basin. We are concerned, however, that there are attempts being made to lift the moratorium given what’s happening in Washington. With the Fossil Fool in the White House, the Delaware River could be threatened with fracking and more pipeline proposals.
Join us on Tuesday, July 25th outside the State Annex Building for a rally and march at the Archives Building to the Governors new office since he is spending $300 million renovating the Statehouse. Thousands of people have come out to ban fracking in the Basin and we need to keep coming out to protect our water!
Around four years ago, there was a proposal to lift the moratorium and adopt weak rules on fracking. When the moratorium was put in place, there were plans for more than 10,000 fracking wells in the Delaware River Basin. Fracking would require hundreds of billions of gallons of water pumped underground with toxic chemicals. These fracking fluids would destroy our pristine streams and cause the loss of tens of thousands of acres of forests. Our forests would be even more fractured by increased pipelines with hundreds of new proposals in the region. This would destroy the basin turning the Delaware River Valley into Oklahoma.
Recently, signals from the DRBC staff have raised alarm bells that the Commission may be taking steps to adopt regulations and lift the current moratorium. We must keep public opposition strong against fracking and urge voting members - the Governors of New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware, representing the Basin states, and the Army Corps of Engineers, representing the federal government to make the ban permanent. Without a permanent fracking ban, residents in the Delaware River Basin could be faced with well pads, compressor stations, drilling rigs, and countless miles of pipeline construction.
Please come and if you haven’t signed the petition please do so now. If you cannot make the rally, you can comment to protect the Delaware River here: https://secure3.convio.net/scnj/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1498.
Details: Rally, March, and Petition Delivery Outside Governor Christie’s temporary office
Tuesday, July 25th at 12:00 pm, noon. Meet at the Statehouse Annex at 125 W State St #2, Trenton, NJ 08608 and then march to 225 W State St, Trenton, NJ 08608. Petition delivery will be at 12:30 PM.
Please bring a sign to protect the Delaware River against fracking.
For parking information and RSVP, please e-mail Jamie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Support the Ramapough Lenape Nation!
The next Mahwah Town Council meeting will take place Thursday, July 13th. We are asking all allies to come out for another great showing of solidarity with the Ramapough Lenape Nation. The purpose of attending is to maintain a consistent presence and let the Town of Mahwah know we are still here. Please plan to meet at the Ramapough Community Center (189 Stag Hill Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430) at 6:30pm and we will head over to the Mahwah Town Council meeting together (475 Corporate Drive, Mahwah, NJ).
Williams Transco has proposed a 23.4 mile pipeline to expand its existing transmission system to transport natural gas from the Marcellus Shale through Raritan Bay to New York. If built, the pipeline will disrupt YOUR fishing, boating, and recreational activities.
Construction of the pipeline would also distrub 14,000 acres of habitat for clams, horseshoe crabs, fish, and other marine animals.
This is also a step backward for our energy policy & the environment by committing the region to more fossil fuel infrastrucutre projects that are unnecesary and make it more difficult for renewables to enter the market.
Clean Ocean Action Clean Water Action New Jersey ReThink Energy NJBayshore Regional Watershed Council
The New Jersey Natural Gas Southern Reliability Link pipeline is a 30-mile, 30" diameter, 722 psi gas transmission pipeline slated to be routed from Chesterfield, in Burlington County, to Manchester, in Ocean County. This pipeline is associated with the Garden State Expansion, which includes a new compressor station in Chesterfield. These projects put the health and resources of residents, our ecosystem, and our environmental regulations at risk.
Each Pinelands County has a representative designated to represent them on the Pinelands Commission. Burlington County's representative, Sean Earlen, is the chair of the Commission and voted to approve the South Jersey Gas pipeline in February. He is appointed by the Burlington County Freeholders.
Many townships and residents within Burlington County have been actively fighting these projects. Burlington County is currently engaged in litigation over the road-opening permits for the pipeline. Concerning this lawsuit, the Freehodler Director stated: "This board will vigorously oppose this attack by New Jersey Natural Gas, just as we have actively opposed the proposed route for this pipeline."
You can learn more about the county's opposition here
It is time for the Burlington County Freeholders to act upon these statements and the sentiment of their residents. Tell the freeholders that their representative must vote to reject this pipeline to protect the interests of Burlington County and the integrity of the Pinelands.
The public comment meeting for the NJNG SRL pipeline is on July 26 at 9:30am at the Pine Belt Arena in Toms River: https://goo.gl/Mpi2vp. Sean Earlen's current term on the Pinelands Commission expires July 27, 2017.
Join us for a film screening of American Native, a documentary about the Ramapough Lenape Nation’s fight for federal recognition as a legitimate Native American Tribe. Following the movie will be a discussion led by Ramapough tribal members and storytelling by the fire. Free will suggested donation of $5-15 (no one will be turned away).
Bring blankets and/or something comfortable to sit on. All are welcome to pitch a tent and spend the night. All overnight guests must abide by the ground rules and follow protocol set forth by water protectors. Family friendly! **We ask that if you intend to stay overnight, please arrive by 5:30pm for Orientation and to set up your tent. Thank you!
Movie begins at 7pm sharp. Food and snacks will be available for purchase including smores!
American Native movie trailer: https://vimeo.com/68924266
We are changing our Organizers Meeting to a showing of solidarity for the Ramapough Lenape Nation.
The 6/22 Mahwah Town Council meeting was rescheduled to Thursday, June 29th. We will be meeting at the Ramapough Community Center at 189 Stag Hill Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430 at 6:30pm for a brief meeting and then heading to the Mahwah Township Hall (475 Corporate Hall) together. All are welcome to attend and address the Council during the public portion of the meeting.
The Middlesex County Board of Freeholders have refused to take a position in opposing the Williams fracked gas pipeline and compressor station through Middlesex & Somerset Counties, and the Raritan Bay. In a time when we have a Presidential administration in the swamp with oil and gas companies, a Governor (Christie) who's never seen a pipeline he doesn't like, the next largest government entity is our Board of Freeholders. A strong resolution of opposition to this project would send a loud message of disapproval to federal regulators. Join us to call on our elected representatives to take action, and pass a resolution.
We hope you can join us to get an update and learn about the next steps we are taking to stop Pilgrim Pipeline on Tuesday, June 13th! The Pilgrim Pipeline puts our water at risk by cutting through the Highlands region and threatening the water supply for over 3 million people. We are coming together for a town hall to discuss our work with water expert Mark Gallagher of Princeton Hydro to identify the pipeline’s impact to multiple waterbodies it plans to cross. We will use this data to fight any DEP permits, including the Water Quality Certificate, which stopped the Constitution Pipeline in New York. Jeff Tittel, Director of the New Jersey Sierra Club will be speaking at the event.
The presentation will take place Tuesday, June 13th at 7:00 pm at the Chatham Library on 214 Main St, Chatham Township, NJ 07928. We will meet at the Lundt Meeting Room on the lower level of the library.
Pilgrim Pipeline would carry 200,000 barrels of the most flammable crude Bakken oil each day between Albany, New York and Linden, New Jersey. A spill or explosion would be a threaten communities along the route and is a huge public safety threat. However, Bakken crude is transported, it is a disaster waiting to happen. The Pilgrim Pipeline will actually increase Bakken oil being transported on train and barge through our communities. This pipeline would also lead to more air pollution, increase fracking, and further our impact on climate change.
The New Jersey Sierra Club and the Coalition Against Pilgrim Pipeline has worked with independent water experts at Princeton Hydro to conduct an environmental analysis of Pilgrim’s impacts to water quality in an effort to fight various NJDEP permits required for approval. The company has yet to file applications for permits in New Jersey, but these findings will help us be prepared when and if they do.
Please encourage your Mayors, Council Members, Environmental Commissioners, or any other town representatives to join us. To learn more about Pilgrim Pipeline and the proposed route please visit: https://stoppilgrimpipeline.com/.
To RSVP please contact Toni Granato at email@example.com
Look forward to see you there,
New Jersey Sierra Club
Remember Double Dare? This is gonna be like that but louder.
There will be slime at this show. Real slime that you can touch, buckets of slime like its slime time live, real slimey slime that you can mess around with.
Dash of Secretary Legs is going to be hosting a very special Double Dare/Slime Time Live edition of their famous Go Go Gameshow. All money and procedes are going to Planned Parenthood and NODAPL. Fuzzy on what they do? Find out more @
Secretary Legs (Shredders from All Over)
Sad Lips (New Brunswick Heartbreakers)
ok friends (Long Branch Baja Blasters)
Electric Sensei (Hometown Heros With Amazing Hair)
Ellen and the Degenerates (New York Shredders)
Doors at 8:30 | Slime at 9:00
All Ages | BYOB | Donations at the door
No Fascists | No Phobes | No Problem
**This will probably get very messy so don't wear your Sunday Suit, you have been warned**
The Town of Mahwah is allegedly threatening the camp and plans to take down all tipis and temporary structures in the coming days. Please join us for an emergency 4-day prayer from Friday, May 19th to Monday, May 22nd. Come in a good way by staying all day and overnight, bringing friends and family, books to read, snacks or food as we come together and pray for the protection of our land and waters. All are welcome to attend.
SECURITY: We are building capacity for 24/7 security through the 4-day prayer (and those who would like to stay beyond Monday are welcome). If you are interested, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with the times you are available. For safety, please note that we are coordinating to have legal presence at camp through the 4-day prayer.
TEXT ALERTS: To sign up for Split Rock Sweetwater Prayer Camp alerts, text "95halifax" to 84483.
We will be holding an organizers meeting on Thursday, May 18th at 6:30pm at the Ramapough Community Center (189 Stag Hill Road, Mahwah, NJ 07430).
All are welcome to attend. Must RSVP to email@example.com with your name, organization (if applicable), and phone number. Anushiik!
We are at a critical moment. As the fossil fuel industry poisons the planet, the Trump administration is emboldening climate deniers attacking our environment, our communities, and our democracy. We need to embrace solutions - now, not tomorrow.
We will move America OFF fossil fuels by building political power, beginning at the local level. Together, we'll cultivate climate champions in government, ban fracking, keep fossil fuels in the ground, stop dangerous pipelines and infrastructure projects, and initiate an immediate and just transition to 100% clean, renewable energy. We're supporting a strong, diverse movement and we want YOU to have the tools and resources to organize and WIN in your community. Join us!
We are working with the Pinelands Preservation Alliance group to help raise funds to stop the SJG natural gas pipeline from going through the pine barens!!!
Right now we need anyone willing to volunteer tie for this event and bands willing to volunteer their time to play this!! Come help us save our natural resources and help preserve the beauty of our own backyards!!!!!
Please message Samuel Ross if you want to play, spots are open!!!
Due to high demand we have extended this event to two days!!! Thank you all for your support!!
We do need help for the outside stage sound
Friday May 12th (indoor)
615-645 TJ Young
7-730 Sad Lips
745-815 Keep the Change
830-9 C Lynne Smith
915-945 Mike Robins
10-1030 Quasimodo's Bride
1045-1115 James Cutlass and the Wysterias
1130-midnight Anthems for Autumn
5-530 Taran J Hook
545-615 Kathy Lynch
630-7 Peter Johnson experience
715-745 Bernett Harrison
8-830 Dylan Calvelli
845-915 Jake Gussman and Mikayla Bandomer
Saturday May 13th
515-6 Earl Duke Rains
615-645 The Capers
7-730 Holy Smoke
745-815 Good Look Sigourney
915-945 Thunder beaver
1130-midnight The Final Impression
5-530 Lime Shades
545-615 Ash Dakota
630-7 Wolf Trumbauer
8-830 Dylan Calvelli
1015-1045 Thom S. Hall
11-1130 CHB and Joe
Join us for a forum on the Pilgrim Pipelines proposal. Come learn about your rights as an impacted landowner and community member, and what we can do locally to stop this dirty and dangerous project before it starts.
Pilgrim Pipeline LLC is proposing to build 2 major oil pipelines through through 30 towns in Northern NJ including Roselle and neighboring Union County towns. This pipeline proposal has yet to receive any permits from our state regulators, so now is the time to educate ourselves and organize our communities to stop it before it starts.
This event is open to anyone who wants to learn about pipelines, and especially "hazardous liquids" oil pipelines and how they impact our communities
Speakers: Ken Dolsky, Coalition Against Pilgrim Pipelines
Matt Smith, Food & Water Watch
Co-host: Roselle Area NAACP, Green Party of Union County and Food & Water Watch.
Please join us as we continue our solidarity, prayer and drumming for the Water is Life movement supporting clean, healthy, living waters planet-wide. Event is hosted by Waterspirit. We will gather in the beautiful main hall overlooking the ocean. Plenty of onsite parking.
Weekly every Tuesday 6:30 - 8:30 pm
981 Ocean Ave.
Long Branch, NJ 07740
April. 25th, 2017
6:30 - 8:30 pm
$5 suggested donation to Waterspirit
Waterspirit Web Site:
Drumming led by Tommy and Abby Anton, and John Shambhu Eustor.
Bring your own drum or borrow one. There will be plenty of extra drums and hand percussion available onsite.
Aho Mitakuye Oyasin _/\_
The Flood never came to Standing Rock, so let's bring the Flood to the United Nations.
From April 24th to May 5th the United Nations in New York City is holding the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, also known as PFII. Typically, these forums lack Native American representation, and often have Non-Natives speaking on behalf of Natives and their issues. This ends now.
For two weeks, we need to show New York, The UN, and the world that Indigenous People are here, and can speak for themselves.
The world will not forget what happened at Standing Rock. The world will no longer ignore the conditions on reservations, and the issues effecting indigenous people around the globe. 3/4 of the world's population are indigenous, and it's time they stop forgetting that.
There are multiple levels of events within this forum, some more exclusive than others. We want to come out in full force at every level. From top to bottom. From panels at the UN headquarters to flash mob round dances in Time Square, we are going to Flood New York City.
Whether you are registered for the forum or not, we are asking for all indigenous people and allies to come to New York City and show your support. As the strongest of warriors take the United Nations to speak, they will have the support of their brothers and sisters outside, praying, singing, marching and standing in solidarity.
Thousands came to Standing Rock. Thousands came to DC. And we can do the same in New York City.
We are planning a plethora of events, from demonstrations, to speaking engagements, to gatherings and dances and celebrations. For two weeks, let's make New York City our new home.
More details to come as this develops and grows.
If you would like to register your own group for the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (PFII) in New York City. http://bit.ly/PFIIRegistration
Deadline March 30th 2017
Inexpensive Bus resources :
Stand up for Science!
Are you coming? Please register via Eventbrite so we can plan accordingly: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/march-for-science-princeton-tickets-32891526441.
Support the march by purchasing an official t-shirt: https://www.bonfire.com/march-for-science-princeton/. All proceeds go to the march. Sale ends 3/29 so hurry!
At 10 a.m., the March for Science – Princeton will kick off at Hinds Plaza with a family-friendly rally with music, speakers, a sign contest for kids, face painting and educational activities to celebrate the essential role of science in people’s lives.
At 11 a.m., participants will march together through downtown Princeton. (More details will be released soon about the route.)
Join us at the Middlesex County Freeholders Meeting and voice your opposition to this dangerous compressor station and pipeline that will snake through much of Middlesex County from Franklin to Old Bridge. We have a great opportunity for Middlesex County to pass a resolution against the pipeline, so let your voices be heard!
There is a parking deck one block away: The Wellness Deck at 95 Paterson St New Brunswick. Bring your friends and neighbors; let's pack the meeting so the Freeholders hear us loud and clear.