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WEBINAR: “Oil Trains + Pipelines” Feat. Jane Kleeb, Winona LaDuke and Matt Krogh

Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb participated in a Webinar on oil trains and pipelines during the Trump Administration, along with Winona LaDuke from Honor the Earth, and STAND’s Matt Krogh. For many of us dealing with the oil industry, our neighbors and friends are asking us the same question: “Well, if you oppose pipelines, do you […]
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Bold Alliance Hires Carolyn Reilly to Organize Pipeline Fighters in Virginia and West Virginia

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Feb. 10, 2017 Contact: Jane Kleeb, Bold Alliance, 402-705-3622, jane@boldnebraska.org Carolyn Reilly, Bold Alliance, 540-488-4358, carolyn@boldalliance.org Bold Alliance Hires Carolyn Reilly to Organize Pipeline Fighters in Virginia and West Virginia Reilly to organize fellow landowners to resist the proposed Mountain Valley and Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipelines Rocky Mount, Virginia — Bold Alliance […]
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PETITION—Tell the Army Corps: Conduct a Full Environmental Review of Dakota Access

On Jan. 18, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that it will conduct a limited Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on the section of the Dakota Access pipeline near Lake Oahe and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s land and reservation in North Dakota. [1] While we are thrilled that the Army Corps of Engineers appears […]
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Bold’s Jane Kleeb on MSNBC to Discuss Trump Actions on Keystone XL, Dakota Access

Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb appeared on MSNBC on Tuesday, Jan. 24 to discuss President Trump’s signing of Executive Orders that aim to fast-track completion of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access pipelines. Read Bold Nebraska’s statement on Keystone XL here. Read Bold Iowa’s statement on Dakota Access here. WATCH: Bold’s Jane Kleeb discusses Keystone […]
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Tiny Solar Barns for Water Protectors at Standing Rock

Bold Alliance launched a fundraiser to build Tiny Solar Barns to shelter Water Protectors at Standing Rock who are holding the line against the Dakota Access pipeline. (Thank you to all who donated! Scroll down to see the donor thank-you signs.) Over Thanksgiving weekend, the first of the structures were delivered, insulated, and solar installed. “Everybody […]
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Bold Joins 420 Organizations Calling on 17 Banks to Stop Funding Dakota Access Pipeline

Bold Alliance on Nov. 30 joined 420 civil society organizations from more than 50 countries in a joint open letter to the seventeen banks providing a $2.5 billion project loan to Dakota Access. The letter, endorsed by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, demands that the banks involved immediately halt all further disbursements of the loan […]
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Bold Alliance’s Jane Kleeb Profiled on PBS “Political Postcards”

Bold Nebraska director and Bold Alliance president Jane Kleeb was profiled by PBS’s “Postcards from the Great Divide” in a segment focusing on her role as incoming chair of the Nebraska Democratic Party. WATCH: POSTCARDS FROM THE GREAT DIVIDE: BLUE WIND ON A RED PRAIRIE
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Vote for Bold to Get a Funding Boost From CREDO

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(Thank you for signing the petition urging Pres. Obama to revoke permits for the Dakota Access pipeline!) Join me in supporting fighters! @janekleeb and #Bold team need your vote —> https://t.co/hpWCy47YZw for @CREDOmobile grant! pic.twitter.com/Mi1fkuLwzL — Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) October 14, 2016 Bold Alliance has been selected as one of three nonprofits to receive a […]
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Bold Louisiana Joins 70 Organizations Calling on Pres. Obama to Protect Gulf of Mexico

Today, Bold Louisiana & Bold Alliance joined nearly 70 organizations in a letter to Pres. Obama urging him to halt new leasing to drill for oil and gas in the Gulf of Mexico: “President Obama has a climate legacy we are proud of from stopping Keystone XL and protecting public lands. Families who rely on […]
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Oct. 14-16: Ponca Sacred Corn “Seeds of Resistance” Harvest Tour

In the summer of 2016, members of the Cowboy & Indian Alliance traveled to meet landowners and Tribal Nations in Virginia and West Virginia and plant “Seeds of Resistance” Ponca sacred corn on land that lies in the paths of the Atlantic Coast and Mountain Valley fracked gas pipelines. The harvest of this year’s crop […]
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