Clean Water Alliance Meeting on July 13. Everyone is welcome. Rapid City, South Dakota. Fight Uranium Mining.
July 3, 2013 at 1:33 am (education, environment, exploring interconnectedness, Indigenous People, Lakota, life, Native Americans, Pine Ridge Indian reservation, politics, random, Uncategorized)
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Public Service Post for the Black Hills South Dakota Clean Water Alliance:
Please plan on attending the Regional uranium opposition meeting on Saturday, July 13. This will start at 9:00 am at the Rapid City Public Library. We expect people to attend from CO, WY, SD, and NE. This is not just for people who are already active on this issue (although we expect to see those folks).This meeting is for everyone and would be an excellent meeting for you to attend if you have not been deeply involved in this issue, but want to learn more. There will be people who are opposing existing mines, who want to stop new mines, and who have successfully stopped a mine.
We will share information about what the many organizations who are working against uranium mining are doing. We will have an educational segment from Debra White Plume of Manderson, SD. She always has interesting things to say about water, activism, and moving forward. And we will have a potluck lunch. If you know what you’ll be bringing, let me know, and we’ll try to be sure all bases are covered. Then we will spend part of the afternoon strategizing and figuring out how we can continue to work together.
We should be done by about 3:00, but we have the room until 4:00, if people want to hang around and visit.
Coffee and juice will be available. If you need gas money, let me know. Clean Water Alliance is always ready to support those who have to come from a distance, but I need to know ahead of time, so I come prepared.
Let me know if you have any questions. See you there!
Clean Water Alliance