RISE UP TIMES

Media for Justice and Peace

Donate

Fracking Opponents Create Sandstorms in Minnesota

First it was tea. Then it was salt. Now it’s sand. Anti-frac sand activist Steve Clemens being arrested. (Rise Up Times, originally published in the Winona Daily News) PopularResistance.org  February 18, 2014  Originally published on WagingNonviolence.org Successful nonviolent action often hinges on fusing the transcendent with the everyday. While it frames the struggle in visionary terms like More

Winona Frac Sand Trial: The Verdict Comes In, The Struggle Continues

Putting Our Fate Into The Hands Of The Jurors Steve Clemens handcuffed Day 4 of Frac Sand Protest Trial - Part 1  By Steve Clemens  Mennonista  Feb 6, 2014 At 9 AM the jury was seated and defense witnesses continued their testimony. Veteran activist and Catholic Worker farmer, Mike Miles was the thirteenth defendant to More

Steve Clemens: Sand Frac Trial in Winona MN

When Law Becomes An IdolBy Steve Clemens  Feb. 3, 2014  MinnonistaRelated Galleries> Photo Gallery: Frac Sand Protests (4/29/13)   Thirty-five people were arrested for trespassing during a large protest against frac sand Monday morning staged at two separate locations in Winona.  April 29, 2013Day 1 of Frac Sand Trial in Winona, MN"I don't have an opinion about More

Frac sand protest> Winona, Minnesota

"We declare Monday to be a moratorium of business as usual at the sites of production of silica sand to eliminate a necessary component of fracking."  April 29, 2013 11:25 am  •  By Daily News staff  WinonaDailyNews.com Protester Dan Wilson of Winona is escorted away by a Winona County sheriff's deputy during a frac sand protest at Winona's More

Frac sand protest> Winona, Minnesota

"We declare Monday to be a moratorium of business as usual at the sites of production of silica sand to eliminate a necessary component of fracking."  April 29, 2013 11:25 am  •  By Daily News staff  WinonaDailyNews.com Protester Dan Wilson of Winona is escorted away by a Winona County sheriff's deputy during a frac sand protest at Winona's More

Go to Top