It's time to get loud.Dear friends, Last week, a jury in Utah found Tim DeChristopher guilty for standing up to the oil and gas companies in an effort to protect our health and our climate. If the federal government thinks that it's intimidating people into silence with this kind of prosecution, think again. This is precisely the sort of event that reminds us why we need creative, nonviolent protests and mass mobilizations. Over the last six months, we've witnessed big changes in the world that call out for creative, nonviolent protest, including: The wild and extreme weather and flooding that …
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Rebecca Tarbotton is executive director of the Rainforest Action Network.
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