We oppose destructive extraction projects. But how can Minneapolis anarchists and radical environmentalists engage critically and powerfully to stop these disasters? We’re inviting you to join us in learning more about frac sand mining, pipelines, and the proposed open pit sulfide mine on national forest land near Lake Superior.
Presenters will briefly explain how each of these projects work, who’s pushing them, and who’s fighting them. What are the larger environmental groups doing? Finally, we’ll highlight resistance by the Unist’ot’en clan, whose lands encompass a wide swath of Northern British Columbia.
After the presentations, we’ll skip the Q&A and have snacks, coffee, and time to talk with one another about possible next steps.
Join us Sunday evening, September 29th, starting at 4pm (the location is secret! ask around!). Come enjoy our menu of seasonal vegetable soup, stuffed acorn squash, cornbread, cabbage salad and several dessert options!
We’ll be serving restaurant-style from 4-8pm. All options will be vegan and many will be gluten-free.
Requested donation of $8-20 sliding scale, no one turned away. All proceeds will benefit the Minnehaha Free Space.
We look forward to sharing this and future meals with you!