(FEB 25, 2020) Caddo Parish, LA Caddo Parish, Louisiana. 200 cases of clean drinking water were donated to local people still in need throughout Shreveport, in collaboration with Sonya Meshell Bratlie, Omari Ho-Sang, Ikron Alexander and Maurice Jefferson.
(FEB 19, 2021): Resource Center Matamoros and Another Gulf Is Possible Collaborative support a family in Matamoros, Mexico get an apartment out of the cold in the border camp who were not being served by the NGO shelters due to having COVID-positive results.
(FEB 18, 2021): Marc Anthony from Harvey Forgotten Survivor’s Caucus with Berkeys being delivered for its members, hot chocolate for folks at the border camps associated with Resource Center Matamoros, Another Gulf Is Possible Collaborative member & tejas co-founder Bryan Parras with the first of what is sure to be many runs with the “just recovery mobile”
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On Sept 27 in Port Isabel, we need to pack the public meetings to stop liquefied natural gas (LNG) plants in the Rio Grande Valley! Next week, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is hosting two public meetings for the not-yet-built “Rio Grande LNG” project and their plans to expand the gas facility to include […]Read More Sept 27: Attend the public meeting & protest to stop LNG!
Activists Resist Elon Musk’s SpaceX “Colonization” of South Texas, Citing Environmental Harm and Gentrification
Contact: Saraí Bejarano, LatinoJustice, (212) 739-7581, firstname.lastname@example.orgJen Nessel, Center for Constitutional Rights, (212) 614-6449, email@example.com Activists Resist Elon Musk’s SpaceX “Colonization” of South Texas, Citing Environmental Harm and Gentrification Groups seek information on possible collusion between SpaceX and local officials, targeting of environmental activist, and federal licensing process August 8, 2022, Brownsville, TX – Local […]Read More Activists Resist Elon Musk’s SpaceX “Colonization” of South Texas, Citing Environmental Harm and Gentrification