Wells Fargo Divest – Guerrilla Street Mural

Divest from Wells Fargo!

November 6, 2017 – San Francisco
Guerrilla street painting outside Wells Fargo World Headquarters in San Francisco.

No funding for fossil fuel pipelines and projects! Action organized by Idle No More SF Bay and allies.
No DAPL – KXL – Trans Mountain Pipeline – Line 3.

The image is Thunderbird Woman Rising

Design by Isaac Murdoch and Christi Belcourt of Onaman Collective

NoDAPL – Global Call

NoDAPL – Global Call

February 8, 2017
Federal Building San Francisco

– From Standing Rock – Global call to resist the Dakota Access Pipeline from wherever you are. In San Francisco, up to 20 arrested at Federal Building during day long rally. Meanwhile, following push from Trump, drilling on the last section of the pipeline that crosses under Lake Oahe / Missouri River can now begin immediately without planned Environmental Impact Statement. The Standing Rock Sioux vows to continue the fight in the courts.



We Resist! No KXL No DAPL — Rally at San Francisco Federal Building.

January 26, 2017
Following the lead of Idle No More SF Bay, thousands came to stand together for the protection of clean water, clean air, clean energy, the climate, treaty rights, sacred sites and the future of all the generations that will follow.

No Keystone XL Pipeline.
No Dakota Access Pipeline.

#NoDAPL #NoKXL #WaterIsLife

NoDAPL – Army Corps of Engineers

NoDAPL – Army Corps of Engineers

#No DAPL – Stop Dakota Access Pipeline

San Francisco
November 15, 2016

At dawn, thousands gather at San Francisco Civic Center to stand in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in North Dakota and the massive gathering of Protectors standing against the Dakota Access Pipeline. A sunrise ceremony is followed by a march to the SF Army Corps of Engineers to increase pressure on them to not permit the laying of pipe under the Missouri River, a source of water for the tribe and millions of others.

The protest in San Francisco was one of over 200 actions across the country, calling for a stop to the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline and for the protection of water, sacred sites and the planet from the fossil fuel industry and it’s funders.