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Final Straw: Sabal Trail Pipeline Resistance in Florida - IT'S GOING DOWN

21.2.17

Final Straw: Sabal Trail Pipeline Resistance in Florida - IT'S GOING DOWN:

Sabal Trail Resistance


This week we’re sharing a conversation we had with Karrie and Niko, two folks involved in the initiative called Sabal Trail Resistance. The immediate goal of Sabal Trail Resistance is to block the Sabal Trail Pipeline, actually a series of 3 pipelines meant to run through Georgia, Alabama and Florida, carrying pressurized natural gas. We spend about a half an hour of this episode chatting about the route, who’ll be effected, the companies behind the pipeline, environmental racism, decolonization and other related topics.


Coming up, they plan a weekend of action February 23-27, including an action against prisons and in solidarity with longterm Indigenous political prisoner, Leonard Peltier.


More on their project can be found at https://sabaltrailresistance.wordpress.com and http://stopsabaltrail.com


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