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News: We’re standing in solidarity with Louisiana climate justice protesters

We're standing in solidarity with Louisiana climate justice protesters

Reverend Gregory Manning and Sakura Kone were arrested Wednesday at the Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, on the final day of the two-week march by the Coalition Against Death Alley from New Orleans to Baton Rouge.

We support the mission and goals of the Coalition Against Death Alley, which are to achieve justice for those who have been harmed by the petrochemical industry and to stop the further build-out of these facilities. The 85-mile stretch between New Orleans and Baton Rouge has been the site of a petrochemical invasion, where more than 100 petrochemical facilities are located in predominantly Black communities that are bearing the brunt of the devastating health and environmental impacts.

Read more on our website.

Photo: Chief Clara Soaring Hawk Deer Clan Chief Ramapough Lenape Nation Photo by Vlad Archin



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Last modified 

November 21, 2019