350Kishwaukee 350Kishwaukee, June 8, 2015

Events > 2015 > July > Remember the Kalamazoo 5 Year event

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Created by 350Kishwaukee

Marshall, Batttle Creek, Galesburg

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“Mark your calendars for July 25th, 2015.  On July 25th, 2010, a neglected Enbridge Oil pipeline burst, releasing over 1,000,000 gallons of oil into the Kalamazoo River. Five years later, the impacted communities of Battle Creek, Galesburg, and Marshall, Michigan are coming together to remember.

On July 25th, 2015 you are invited to stand with us. Throughout the day, there will be opportunities listen to the stories of impacted community residents, to work alongside local, regional, and national organizers in building resistance against dangerous fossil fuels, and in creating the largest response to the largest Tar Sands spill in U.S. History..” – Event Planners.

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