(Thank you for signing the petition urging Pres. Obama to revoke permits for the Dakota Access pipeline!)
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) October 14, 2016
Bold Alliance has been selected as one of three nonprofits to receive a grant from our friends at CREDO Mobile this month.
The money raised from CREDO will directly fund Bold Alliance’s current organizing to stop the Dakota Access “Bakken” pipeline that is trampling sovereign rights, abusing eminent domain for private gain, and threatens our land, water and climate.
CREDO Donations is giving away more than $150,000, but the amount that Bold receives depends on YOU. They divide up the money depending on the number of votes that Bold receives from our supporters like you.
Bold Oklahoma coordinator Mekasi Camp Horinek — also a Ponca Nation member — has been embedded at the Standing Rock camps in North Dakota since July, and is a leader at the camps helping to organize nonviolent direct actions to stop construction on the pipeline.
Bold Iowa created the Bakken Pipeline Pledge of Resistance, and has helped organize nonviolence trainings and direct actions that have so far resulted in more than 100 Pipeline Fighters and Water Protecters being arrested while stopping construction on the Dakota Access pipeline. Bold Iowa continues to stand with farmers opposing eminent domain for private gain.
Bold Nebraska is spearheading a fundraising campaign to support the Pipeline Fighters and Water Protecters in North Dakota and Iowa, has sponsored a number of supply runs to donate food, firewood and other items needed at the Standing Rock camps.
Bold Louisiana is organizing fisherfolk and frontline communities to end offshore drilling, and preparing to open a new front in the Dakota Access pipeline fight at the export refineries where the oil from this pipeline would be headed.
With just a couple clicks, you can help Bold secure a huge funding infusion — without even opening your wallet!
Thanks for standing with us and voting for Bold!
Jane Kleeb and the Bold Alliance team
— Bold Nebraska (@BoldNebraska) October 1, 2016
— Bold Oklahoma (@BoldOklahoma) October 14, 2016
— Josh Fox (@joshfoxfilm) October 7, 2016
— Bill McKibben (@billmckibben) October 3, 2016