On December 7, Phil Tagami filed suit against the City of Oakland seeking to overturn the City of Oakland’s ban on storage and handling of coal at the new shipping terminal to be built on public land near the foot of the Bay Bridge.
No Coal in Oakland and our allies have vowed to support the City in its fight to keep coal out of Oakland.
We meet regularly to plan actions that will strengthen Oakland’s resistance to coal. Only through continued mobilization and a strong alliance with our neighbors in the labor, faith, environmental, social justice, climate justice, racial justice, public health, and business communities can we ensure defeat of the plan to build the coal terminal.
There will be a general meeting of No Coal in Oakland on Monday, April 3, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. at the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project (WOEIP).
WOEIP is at 349 Mandela Parkway, around the corner from the West Oakland BART station, 1/2 block south of Fifth St, behind the chain link fence and through the parking lot, on the west side of the street.
Come learn about the lawsuit and share ideas on the role community activists can play in defeating Phil Tagami in this new phase of the struggle.
349 Mandela Way
Oakland, CA 94607
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