Unitarian Universalists Help Block Natural Gas Construction Site

A protest featuring a giant orca whale and the sign "water is life"

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In mid-December, activists—including many UUs—held eight days of action to block construction of a new liquefied natural gas export terminal at the Port of Tacoma in solidarity with the Puyallup Tribe, which is leading a campaign to protect their lands and waters. Yesterday, climate activists rallied on the lawn of the Washington state capital and disrupted its first session, in a campaign for 60 days of climate action.

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