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Join the Vigil!

Within a day or three–possibly as early as tomorrow–the (Ig) Noble Discoverer will leave Everett, on its way to the Arctic.

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The Fight Continues

24 activists were detained last Monday, after blockading the departure of the Polar Pioneer for Alaska. Carlo & Emily were among those detained, as were 10 other local activists (including our dear friend, Council Member Mike O’Brien), as well as a dozen Greenpeace activists who joined us from farther afield.

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Oh, wow: what a weekend….

700 strong blocking T5 at the Port on Monday, and 300+ boats (and 1000+ people on land) on Saturday. Do you think maybe the Commissioners, Foss, and Shell are getting the message that Seattle stands strong against Arctic drilling?

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Think the Port Got the Message?

Over 1000 people joined us at Myrtle Edwards as we showed our resolve against Arctic drilling. The event featured an amazing lineup of speakers and performers who highlighted the impacts of climate change on the global south, both globally and locally: Katrina Pestaño of Bayan USA, Precious Butiu of Gabriela Seattle, Sarra Tekola of Divest – UW, Jill Mangaliman of GotGreen?, Annie Leonard of Greenpeace, Tsleil-Waututh Sundance Chief Rueben George, and Aji and Adonis Piper and Saiyana Auzumura with Plant for the Planet.

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Join us on Sunday!

Don’t forget the big “Shell No! Seattle Draws the Line” event on April 26th at 2pm at Myrtle Edwards Park; we’ll have terrific speakers, including Annie Leonard (ED

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This Monster….

Shell not pass. If it weren’t for Shell’s wildly irresponsible plans to drill in the Arctic, it would have been a fine day: kayaking, sun,

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