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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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Give to Support Pipeline Fighters in 2020 (*Donations Matched*)

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Often over the course of our ten-year-long battle to stop the Keystone XL pipeline, Bold has fielded calls and emails from Pipeline Fighters and Water Protectors in other fights across the country, asking for advice and support for their own frontline communities. In addition to our work to protect the land and water, Bold distributes […]
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Update: Landowners v. FERC in Court

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[Note from Bold: Richard’s family are landowners on the Atlantic Coast fracked gas pipeline route in Virginia, and are deeply involved with other landowners in Bold’s federal litigation targeting FERC’s eminent domain abuse.] Donate now to support landowners suing FERC to stop eminent domain abuse. Fellow Pipeline Fighters — This is the fight of our lives, […]
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5th Annual Sacred Ponca Corn Planting: June 10, Neligh, NE

DATE CHANGE: (Due to a scheduling conflict, the corn planting has been postponed from May 19th to Sunday, June 10th.) Join Bold Nebraska, the Ponca Tribe and landowners Art and Helen Tanderup to once again plant sacred Ponca corn on their farm in Neligh, NE that crosses both the proposed path of the Keystone XL pipeline, […]
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Bold Louisiana

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(Note: Bold Alliance is no longer active as Bold Louisiana in the state of Louisiana.) Bold Louisiana under the Bold Alliance — led by state director Cherri Foytlin — launched in 2016 to fight Energy Transfer Partners’ Bayou Bridge pipeline that threatens the state’s fragile Atchafalaya Basin and bayou ecosystem, and the frontline communities that […]
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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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Bold Appalachia Landowner Alliance

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Bold Appalachia is part of the Bold Alliance, a network of small but mighty groups protecting land and water that grew out of the work of Bold Nebraska, who formed an unlikely alliance of landowners, Tribal Nations, and environmental advocates to fight the Keystone XL pipeline. Bold Appalachia is currently working to help organize landowners and citizens who […]
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Bold Iowa

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(Note: Bold Alliance is no longer active as Bold Iowa in the state of Iowa.) Bold Iowa under the Bold Alliance — led by state director Ed Fallon — was launched in 2016 with a focus on organizing landowners who were facing eminent domain and seizure of their land for Energy Transfer Partners’ proposed Dakota […]
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