MVP Protest Runner Katie Thompson reflects on how her efforts in the MVP Protest Run became a project for the people, and offers readers answers to the question of how they can get involved in the movement.
POWHR’s Winter Appeal
We’re not giving up, and we’re not going away. We are calling on you to strengthen POWHR’s growth as a movement leader, join us in our commitment to defeat the MVP, and sustain our mission by donating to POWHR’s 2021 Annual Appeal through December 31, 2021. Thank you for your incredible support of our coalition.
West Virginia, Clean Water, and a New Future; It’s Time to Lead
The waterways in West Virginia carry the pollution of Appalachia and The Rust Belt to America’s main waterway, The Mississippi. West Virginia has long been a sacrifice zone–but it’s time for the state to be a leader in the movement for clean water.
Never Give Up
Preserve Giles County’s Donna Pitt calls on the Virginia State Water Control Board to courageously represent the citizens of Virginia and reject Mountain Valley Pipeline’s Clean Water Act Section 401 permit.
Code Red for Humanity
Central Virginia high school student Akari Hernandez speaks to his generation’s fight against climate change, and stands against the Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP). Call to action, join him at the Violation Vigil December 11th in Richmond, VA.
Respect and Protect Our Air, Our Lives
This is a guest blog by Crystal Cavalier-Keck, co-founder of Seven Directions of Service and a citizen of the Occaneechi Band of the Saponi Nation. Crystal demands real climate leadership and hopes to see the Virginia Air Pollution Control Board deny the permit for Lambert Compressor Station.
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