Environmental Justice Groups Target Energy Transfer Partners’ Headquarters with National Day of Action

Nationwide, indigenous & frontline communities prepare campaign to #StopETP, the company behind the Dakota Access and other fossil fuel pipelines

Dallas, TX — On Friday, September 8, a nationwide coalition of frontline and indigenous communities and allies will lead a nonviolent direct action and rally at the Energy Transfer Partners headquarters in Dallas, TX. This rally precedes a National Day of Action announcing the launch of the campaign to #StopETP’s violations of human rights and the environment. ETP is the parent company of controversial pipelines including the Dakota Access, Bayou Bridge and Rover Pipelines.

WHAT: Rally & direct action in front of Energy Transfer Partners’ Headquarters in Dallas, Texas.

WHO: Representatives from communities impacted by ETP’s’ pipeline projects across the US will attend and be available to speak to the media. Speakers include:

WHERE: 8111 Westchester Drive, Dallas, Texas 75225
WHEN: Friday, September 8th | 3PM – 6PM

Link to webinar discussing the background of the #StopETP campaign, here.

#StopETP is a growing coalition of communities and organizations working together to protect water, air, land, and people from Energy Transfer Partners.

The Indigenous Environmental Network is an international environmental justice nonprofit that works with tribal grassroots organizations to build the capacity of Indigenous communities. www.ienearth.org


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