Solidarity with #NoDAPL
FANG has been working with Indigenous water protectors on the front lines in North Dakota to stop the Energy Transfer Partner's DAPL project, a $3.8 billion dollar fracked-oil pipeline proposed to run through Lakota territory.
Several FANG members spent weeks, others months, at the Red Warrior Camp, serving in a variety of roles. FANG is also part of the planning committee for the Global Solidarity Campaign and helped launch NoDAPLsolidarity.org. In the Northeast, FANG organized weekly pickets and multiple lock downs targeting TD Bank--one of the top financiers of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
- In case of lockdown, Burrillville police follow FANG activists to Barrington
- 2 arrested in protest outside TD Bank
- Pipeline protesters chain themselves in front of Downtown Crossing bank entrance
- 5 arrested outside Providence bank while protesting Dakota Access Pipeline
- Water Protectors call for ‘No Black Snake Friday’ against DAPL at TD Bank
- Providence TD Bank protests growing, impacting business
- TD Bank finances the Dakota Access Pipeline, activists respond