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Fracking for oil and gas threatens our drinking water, our health, our neighborhoods, and our climate. That’s why, for the second year in a row, thousands of grassroots activists are rising up in more than 20 countries, on 6 continents, at more than 200 events—on a single day, this coming Saturday, October 19—to call for an end to this destructive practice and to challenge our leaders to pursue a clean-energy future.

There’s a Global Frackdown event near you in Manhattan this Saturday, October 19.

Global Frackdown in Manhattan
Host: Owen C.

Where: Park above Pier 62 on the Hudson, Manhattan, NY 10011 (in Manhattan)

When: Saturday, Oct. 19, at 11:00 AM
What: At more than 200 events in more than 20 countries on 6 continents, thousands of activists will rise up in action during the Global Frackdown—an international day of action to ban fracking and to protect our water, air, and climate from the fossil fuel industry’s assaults. It’s going to be huge!

While this is not an Manhattan Wetlands & Wildlife event, MWAWA strongly supports it. Birdman

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