– SATURDAY, May 21: Hundreds marched and demonstrated resilience with non-violent direct action on the AIM pipeline in Peekskill, with 21 arrests in the community that stopped Spectra work.
– MONDAY, May 23: With our building pressure, U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kristen Gillibrand publicly called for Spectra to stop work. They join New York Governor Cuomo and the N.Y.S. D.E.C. in asking Spectra to stop work while an independent health and safety risk assesment is completed.
– WEDNESDAY, MAY 25: In a symbol of resilience and resistance, two ResistAIM-ers people courageously locked themselves into a renewable-energy powered, 20-ft recycled shipping-container home at the work site, directly on the AIM pipeline route.
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Our famous WE SAY NO To Spectra’s Algonquin Incremental Market Pipeline banner has been seen by many passers-by, local, regional, national and international media to help tell the story of a community who says NO to a Texas based company coming to our community to take land and install a poisonous and risky pipeline for their private profit.
What do WE SAY YES to? We say YES to Renewable, Safe, Local Jobs and Healthy Families.
Will you say YES to joining families on May 21st at 9am in Peekskill to stop the Spectra Pipeline? If so, please click HERE or on the image above to sign up for a morning of safe, non-violent, fun direct action. We are calling for people to physically stop construction activities by putting their bodies on the line along the proposed pipeline route. It’s time to show up for impacted communities, for New York, and for our climate!
11 AM: Eco Circus & Variety Show with Rock N’ Roll Mother Goose
3 PM: Oscar-nominee Josh Fox (GASLAND) shows his new film with panel afterward: “How to Let Go and Love (All the Things That Climate Can’t Change)”
7:30 PM: Hudson Valley Musical Artists and guests: Violinist Lisa Gutkin from the Klezmatics, Comedian and activist Ted Alexandro, Singer-songwriter Jenny Murphy, Guthrie’s Ghost: Fred Gillen Jr, Steve Kirkman, Amy Fradon, David and Jacob Bernz, Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir.