Dakota Access Pipeline (From Daily Action)

Today’s Daily Action is a protest against Trump’s presidential memo on recommencing work on the Dakota Access Pipeline, a politically motivated decision that tramples the rights of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. It’s multi-step, so bear with me.

Step 1: We’ll be directing you to the Army Corps of Engineers so that you tell them that Trump’s executive order on DAPL puts the water for 17 million people at risk and completely disregards treaty rights. You can call the comment line directly at (202) 761-8700. Here are some big talking points:

-Current DAPL route is illegal and against treaty rights
-Rerouting pipeline would save Standing Rock sacred lands and protect water
-The pipeline only creates 15 permanent jobs in North Dakota
-The pipeline could contaminate the water of 17 million Americans downstream

Step 2: Divest from the banks backing DAPL. If you bank at Wells Fargo or Citi or SunTrust, it’s time to call and tell them that if they don’t reconsider their investment in DAPL as it currently stands, you’ll be moving your money elsewhere—and be prepared to actually do it.

More contact info on banks backing the whole Bakken pipeline here: http://www.yesmagazine.org/…/how-to-contact-the-17-banks-fu…

Major US banks in this category include JP Morgan Chase, Citizens Bank, Comerica Bank, Bank of America, PNC Bank, Compass Bank, UBS, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley—I could go on.

https://www.facebook.com/shaunking/photos/a.799605230078397.1073741828.799539910084929/1279666565405592/?type=3&theater

Wells Fargo*
(866) 249-3302 — best # for DAPL concerns
Arati Sontakay Randolph, Media Relations (704) 383-6996
Jim Rowe, Investor Relations (415) 396-8216
Email the Board of Directors at: boardcommunications@wellsfargo.com
Financial Advisors Locations:
San Francisco (415) 291-1200
Los Angeles (310) 552-3535
Phoenix (480) 477-8497
New York City (212) 759-1297
Chicago (312) 630-7000
Houston (713) 853-2200
Philadelphia (215) 564-8400
San Antionio (210) 340-5121
San Diego (858) 622-6789
Dallas (214) 954-1999

SunTrust*
+18007868787
Chief Communications Officer:
Sue Mallino
+14048130463
Muscle Shoals, AL (256) 320-4247
West Memphis, AK (870) 629-9174
Memphis, TN (901) 523-3023
Tampa, FL (813) 577-4620
Atlanta, GA (404) 479-4457
Baltimore, MD (410) 454-9851
Raleigh, NC (919) 500-4262
Greenville, SC (864) 255-7140
Roanoke, VA (540) 982-3129
Charleston, WV (304) 741-8844
Washington, VA (202) 831-5200

Citibank (CitiGroup)*
212-793-0710 — specific number for DAPL concerns
1 (888) 248-4226
(877) 357-3399
(800) 846-5200
From one commenter: I found it was most helpful to call the (800) 285-3000 number, wait through the prompts and then request to be transferred to Michael Corbat.

The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ*
Atlanta (404) 577-2960
Boston (617) 345-1800
Chicago (312) 696-4500
Dallas (214) 954-1200
Houston (713) 658-1160
Kentucky (859) 568-1400
Los Angeles (213) 488-3700
Minnesota (952) 473-5090
New York (212) 782-4000
San Francisco (415) 765-2050
Seattle (206) 382-6000
Washington DC (202) 463-0477

Mizuho Bank*
New York City (212) 282-3000
New York City (212) 282-4420
Jersey City, NJ (201) 626-9000

TD Securities*
New York: (212) 827 7000
Houston: (713) 653 8200

BNP Paribas*
Customer Service: 1-800-488-2265

Credit Agricole*
CEO Jean-Paul Chifflet
+ 12122617000
+ 17138908600
+ 13126410500

Intesa SanPaolo*
New York City (212) 827-7000

ING Bank*
US Office: (646) 424-6000
(646) 424 8525

Natixis*
(617) 449-2100
New York: (212) 891-6100
Houston: (713) 759-9401
Los Angeles: (310) 432-7980

BayernLB*
US Office: (212) 310-9800

BBVA Securities*
+12127282300
BBVA Wealth Solutions:
+17135529277

DNB Capital*
U.S. office: 212-681-3800

ICBC London*
(212) 407-5000
(212) 838 7799

SMBC Nikko Securities*
New York: (212) 224-5300
San Francisco: (415) 616-3070
Houston: (713) 277-3500
Los Angeles: (213) 452-7800

Société Générale*
U.S. Office:
(212) 278-6000
(410) 608-9500

And if you’re ready to live up to your word and move your money, you can find useful research on nearby credit unions athttp://www.asmarterchoice.org/

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