Thursday, June 24, 2010

Hands Across the Sand Call for Community Action

Join the Boulder County community in a call for an end to off shore drilling as part of national action this Saturday

Oak Chezar, 720-266-4067
Betty Ball, Rocky Mountain Peace and Justice Center, 303-444-6981 Ext. 1

What: Hands Across the Sand, a local gathering as part of a national call to action in response to the BP disaster and to call for an end to all offshore drilling.

When: Saturday, June 26, 1-3 p.m.

Where: On the lawn area between the Boulder Municipal Building and the Boulder Public Library. The Boulder Municipal Building is located at the southwest corner of Broadway and Canyon in Boulder.

Why: As we face the largest environmental catastrophe of our lifetimes, it has become obvious that offshore oil drilling must be stopped. This is an opportunity for an historic outpouring of support to protect our waters by showing up in our bodies and demanding a sea change in our relationship to our home. Join your neighbors and friends, and feel the power of solidarity and community in action. When will doing nothing become harder than taking a stand for real change?


"We are here to comfort the disturbed and disturb the comfortable."

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