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#LoveResists: Rejoicing for Sanctuary and Solidarity event online, June 23, 2017 Last Updated on 2017-06-22 12:19:34 You’ve been hearing a lot about Love Resists, the new push for expanded sanctuary and deep solidarity in our communities. This week, as part of the Unitarian Universalist Association's General Assembly, you can raise up the voices of the resistance in a celebration of partnership and possibility with a distinctly New Orleans tradition at the Love Resists public witness event. Join this Friday’s #LoveResists: Rejoicing for Sanctuary and Solidarity event online or in person. If you’ll be in New Orleans, join us in person and wear your Standing on the Side of Love shirts. No matter where you are, you can watch the livestream at, portions of the event will be livestreamed on the UUA Facebook page, and tweet with #loveresists. This public witness event starts on Friday, June 23 at 5 pm Central/ 6 pm Eastern. Featured speakers include Rev.... More »
Climate Youth Case Moves Closer to the Courtroom Last Updated on 2017-06-19 14:27:10   YOUTH PLAINTIFFS PROPOSE DECEMBER 4TH CLIMATE TRIAL, TRUMP ADMINISTRATION PUSHES BACK “Today was a success. We have firm dates for exchanging expert reports, which is a huge part of the evidence that gets us to trial.”- Julia Olson, co-lead counsel “The government can delay all they want, but time isn’t gonna make their case.” - Kiran Oommen, 20, of Eugene, Oregon,  “We want off the bus.”-Attorneys representing all three dirty energy industry associations defendants In a case management conference today, the Trump Administration pushed back against a proposed December 4, 2017 trial date in the youth climate case, Juliana v. United States. Two weeks ago on 6/7/17 Judge Ann Aiken shut down a rare path to early review by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, with an order denying the U.S. government and fossil... More »
Ask Army Corps of Engineers to Require a Clean Water Act Permit for Proposed Rail Bridge Last Updated on 2017-06-18 03:12:33 BNSF AT IT AGAIN - Putting Our Water At Risk A new railroad bridge proposed to cross Idaho’s largest lake could open the rails to dramatic increases of coal and oil trains, the consequences of which would reverberate up and down the rail line. Sound familiar? This is similar to Union Pacific’s recent attempt to build a second rail line through Mosier, Oregon to increase oil and coal trains through the Columbia River Gorge. Now, BNSF aims to double their rail capacity by building a second bridge over Lake Pend Oreille in Northern Idaho. It’s BNSF’s goal to add a new rail bridge to facilitate coal and oil trains with as little involvement from you as possible Don’t let that happen. Act now to ensure that critical opportunities for public comments are not ignored! Constructing a bridge across federally protected waters will require a 404 Clean Water Act... More »
Students for the Salish Sea Trip to Protect Salmon From Natural Gas, Lelu Island BC, Summer 2017 Last Updated on 2017-06-18 02:31:22 The third largest salmon habitat in the world is at risk from a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) export facility on Lelu Island in Northern B.C.  Scientists say that if built, this export facility would obliterate vital salmon habitat in the Flora Banks and Skeena river, as well as increase tanker traffic in one of the world’s most pristine salmon-bearing estuaries. With your help, a coordinated group of members from Students for the Salish Sea and the community in Bellingham, WA will travel to Northern B.C. this summer and join in the indigenous-led defense of Lelu Island. Help send these trained and welcomed allies to protect essential salmon habitat from extractive industry. Please consider making a generous gift to support our cause    More »
Dismantling the Doctrine of Discovery, June 24, 2017, Wenatchee, Wash. Last Updated on 2017-06-17 23:15:41 9:30-2 pm. June 24, 2017 St Luke’s Episcopal Church, 428 King St, Wenatchee, Wash. -Learn the history and continuing impact of the Doctrine of Discovery on indigenous communities. -Survey recent actions to repudiate the Doctrine by a diversity of faith communities. -Hear from tribal leaders and learn about current issues impacting tribal sovereignty. -Take action with 10 things congregations can do to stand with indigenous communities. -Help construct a post-colonial theology as we work to dismantle the legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery. (lunch provided) Sponsored by Between the Ridges, an ecumenical collaborative, with a grant from the Roanridge Foundation (RSVP: Rev David Hacker -, (509) 961-4692 More »