FRIDAY January 27, 2017–1454 days to go

What a crazy week it’s been! I don’t know if anyone could have predicted how contemptible Trump’s first seven days in office would be or how fired up it would make the rest of us.

Today’s call to action? Let’s focus on the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Why should you care about DAPL? The Standing Rock Sioux tribe and other Native American groups have been protesting the project, which they say would imperil their water supplies and disturb sacred burial and archaeological sites. The Army Corp of Engineers called a halt to the project in December to consider alternative routes. Oil pipelines continue our reliance on fossil fuels and can burst, which ruins water supplies.

1) Is your bank helping to fund DAPL? Call or write to let them know just how angry you are that they use the money we’ve entrusted to them to endanger human lives. Lots of banks are involved. Phone numbers and addresses below.

2) Army Corps of Engineers Civil Works Dept.

Hi, my name is [Name] and I’m a citizen from [City, State].
I’m calling today to express my deep concern over the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The proposed route of the DAPL crosses both a nearby aquifer and the Missouri River which provide water for drinking and agriculture to millions of people. The pipeline crosses the Missouri River just north of Standing Rock’s tribal boundaries endangering sacred lands and invaluable cultural heritage. The Standing Rock Sioux tribe has tirelessly fought to stop this pipeline which was already rejected from crossing the Missouri near Bismarck due to it’s potential threat to Bismarck’s water supply.
This pipeline is not in our environmental best interest 
[and I ask the Army Corps of Engineers to take these issues into serious consideration when compiling its environmental impact report.] OR
[and I ask _____ Bank to stop funding the pipeline]
Thank you.

3) We are still encouraging you to send climate-themed Valentine’s Day cards to your Senators and Representatives.

These US-dominant banks are directly funding the Dakota Access pipeline:

Wells Fargo*
CEO Timothy J. Sloan
Corporate Office:
Wells Fargo
420 Montgomery Street
San Francisco, CA 94104

CEO William H. Rodgers Jr.
Corporate Office:
303 Peachtree
Street NE
Atlanta, GA 30308
Chief Communications Officer:
Sue Mallino

Citibank (CitiGroup)*
CEO Michael Corbat
Corporate Office:

388 Greenwich Street
New York, NY 10013
Phone: 800–285–3000 and 212–793–0710

TD Securities*
Chairman, CEO, and President Bob Dorrance
Corporate Office:
P.O. Box 1, TD Bank Tower
66 Wellington Street W
Toronto, Ontario

M5K 1A2
Investment Banking: 416–307–8500
Equity Research: 416–307–9360
Trading Floor Enquiries: 416–944–6978
U.S. Office:
31 West 52nd Street
New York, NY 10019–6101

ING Bank*
CEO and Executive Board Chairman Ralph A.J.G Hamers
Wholesale Banking, Operations & IT, Sustainability, Corporate Governance:
Carolien van der Giessen
Head of Media Relations:
Raymond Vermuelen
Corporate Office:
Amsterdamse Poort

Bijlmerplein 888
1102 MG Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Mailing Address:
ING Bank N.V.
P.O. Box 1800
1000 BV Amsterdam
The Netherlands
U.S. Office:

ING Financial Holdings LLC
1325 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10019

Operation 1461 is a project focused on Action Items to oppose Trump’s destructive agenda. If he serves a full term, Donald Trump will be our president for 1461 days. Let’s use each day to drive toward progressive causes instead of “hoping for the best.”

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