Tag: Bold Alliance

Juneteenth + #BlackLivesMatter

Bold believes unlikely alliances change the world. In this moment, we stand with Black folks and communities of color in their demands for racial justice and structural reforms. James Scurlock was 22 years old. He leaves behind a daughter after being shot by a racist bar owner in Omaha on May 30th, as he took […]
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Bold Nebraska Joins Letter of Solidarity with Demands of Movement for Black Lives

Bold Nebraska / Bold Alliance on Thursday, June 4, 2020 joined in a letter with environmental groups standing in solidarity with the demands of the Movement for Black Lives: “As organizations striving for climate justice and environmental protection, we cannot be silent in the face of the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, […]
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Bold Alliance Statement in Support of Green New Deal

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 7, 2019 Bold Alliance Statement in Support of Green New Deal Hastings, NE — Bold Alliance issued the following statement on Thursday, in support of the Green New Deal resolution introduced in Congress by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Sen. Ed Markey: “Bold works with family farmers and ranchers who confront climate […]
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Bold Joins 180+ Groups Calling on Congress to Hold Hearings Into FERC Abuses

Thousands Tell Congress to Hold Hearings into FERC Abuses Bold Alliance joins 180+ groups in letter urging incoming House Democratic Committee Chairs to investigate FERC Washington, D.C. – 181 groups including Bold Alliance signed on to a Jan. 29, 2019 letter urging the incoming Congress to hold hearings into the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) […]
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Bold Alliance, Landowners Challenge FERC’s Eminent Domain Abuse at D.C. Circuit

Chip in $25 now to support landowners challenging FERC in court. Bold Alliance and Appalachia region landowners’ federal court challenge to the abuse of eminent domain by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is now proceeding at the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, as part of a larger combined lawsuit filed by other regional, local and […]
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Landowners and Keystone XL Opponents to Rally in Montana on Eve of Hearing to Challenge Trump Administration Rubber-stamp of Pipeline Permit

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 15, 2018 Contact: Dustin Ogdin, Northern Plains Communications Director, (406) 248-1154 Hannah Hostetter, Northern Plains Lead Organizer, (406) 600-8317 Mark Hefflinger, Bold Alliance, mark@boldalliance.org Landowners and Keystone XL Opponents to Rally in Montana on Eve of Hearing to Challenge Trump Administration Rubber-stamp of Pipeline Permit Rally at Elks Riverside Park and […]
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Virginia Landowner Invites Local Politicians Onto Property to Witness Mountain Valley Pipeline Surveyors

This week, surveyors for the proposed Mountain Valley fracked gas pipeline invaded my family’s farm in Virginia. We peacefully allowed entry to the pipeline company sub-contractors, but watched their work carefully and monitored through photos and live video feeds throughout the week. The frustration and outrage at our privacy and property rights being dismissed and […]
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Bold Alliance Statement on Issuance of Final Environmental Impact Statement for Proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, June 23, 2017 Contact: Carolyn Reilly, Bold Alliance, 540-488-4358, Carolyn@boldalliance.org Bold Alliance Statement on Issuance of Final Environmental Impact Statement for Proposed Mountain Valley Pipeline Bold stands allied with landowners against unconstitutional taking of land for unneeded fracked gas pipeline Rocky Mount, Va. — In response to today’s issuance by the […]
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Hundreds Attend “Defend the Sacred: A Celebration of Life, Land and Water”

On June 10, Bold Alliance hosted “Defend the Sacred: A Celebration of Life, Land and Water” at Elmwood Park in Roanoke, Va. — an event featuring music, dance, film and speakers against the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines, including Virginia gubernatorial candidate Tom Perriello. Learn more about the Bold Appalachia Landowner […]
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Bold Joins 118 Organizations Urging FERC to Act in Wake of Rover Pipeline Accidents

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 17, 2017 118 Organizations Issue Demands to FERC in Wake of Accidents During Construction of Energy Transfer Partners’ Rover Pipeline Groups demand FERC stop construction of Rover pipeline, conduct overhaul of regulations Community activists and organizations sent a letter (embedded below) to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today, signed by 118 groups, demanding the […]
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