In a line that stretched upwards of a mile, over 700 New Yorkers marched across the Brooklyn Bridge on April 18, 2019 to demand Governor Andrew Cuomo to block the controversial Williams Northeast Supply Enhancement (NESE) Pipeline, which would carry fracked gas through New York Harbor.
The People's Puppets of Occupy Wall Street and Sane Energy Project held an Art Build for the big Stop Williams Pipeline March on April 18, 2019. #Activism #Art #ArtBuild #ArtStudio #Brooklyn #BuildingStories #Community #DirectAction #FossilFree #KeepItIntheGround #NewYork #NoPipelines #NYC #OffFossi...
Members of the Stop the Williams Pipeline in NY Harbor sent a message to Governor Cuomo, the Manhattan Bridge over the East River was illuminated by light projections reminding him that the clock is ticking for Cuomo to block this fracked gas project, which would run through New York Harbor.
Local climate activists participated in the global launch of the Fossil Fuel Finance Report Card on March 20, 2019. In New York city, Kim Fraczek, director of Sane Energy Project, hand-delivered the Report Card 2019 at the global headquarters of JP Morgan Chase. On the eve of the report release, Chase Bank branches were illuminated by light projections related to the report finds.
New York, NY – Local climate activists participated in the global launch of the Fossil Fuel Finance Report Card on March 20, 2019 at the global headquarters of JP Morgan Chase in New York. See report at: ran.org/reportcard
The People's Puppets of Occupy Wall Street was founded in Zuccotti Park, in the first two weeks of the Occupation of New York City. It continues on as a collective that helps other activists build beautiful and effective visuals for actions.