Anti-fracking blockade enters second week at Port of Olympia

Blockade of railroad tracks near the Port of Olympia.

Activists are entering their second week at an encampment in Olympia created to block transport of gear used for gas fracking in North Dakota and other fracking locations. The blockade was started one year after another such blockade was broken up by arrests. No arrests so far this year.

Here is a video from Native Daily Network livestreamed on Saturday.

Activist folk troubadour David Rovics and others are playing music at the blockade today. See event listing here.

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