Freedom From Toxic Fracking Waste and Earthquakes: A National Day of Action: November 17, 2015
Are you concerned about toxic fracking waste, man-made earthquakes, or fracking waste injection or disposal wells? Where do millions of gallons of fracking waste go and what exactly is in it? Are you concerned about fracking waste-related earthquakes, spills, leaks, or mechanical failures and their serious implications for the public health, safety, and well-being of our families and our local communities?
If you share these concerns, you are not alone. Would you please join with a rapidly growing number of fellow local citizens, individuals, and families to bring the serious problems related to toxic fracking waste to the awareness of the American public, including your local city or township officials?
There are potentially millions of like-minded individuals nationwide who will act in concert to find positive solutions and to protect their families from the effects of toxic fracking waste. Will you help us to reach out to them and speak with a loud influential collective voice?
Attention: all men and women, moms and dads, grandparents, friends: Join with us and have your voice heard at a local rally or event which will be held on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 at ____________ to ____________ o'clock,
DEMAND CLEAN WATER, SOIL, AND AIR. Protect the health, safety, and well-being of our families from the dangers of toxic fracking waste, fracking and injection well related earthquakes, and fracking and related processes.
Call your local rally coordinator TODAY at: ( ) or e-mail at: ___________________________ to let them know you will attend your local event, for more information, or to help organize.
The November 17th National Day of Action is being coordinated by the Buckeye Forest Council (www.buckeyeforestcouncil.org), The Center for Health, Environment and Justice (CHEJ www.chej.org ), Faith Communities Together for a Sustainable Future (FaCT www.factohio.org ), Frackfree America National Coalition (www.frackfreeamerica.org ), Network for Oil & Gas Accountability & Protection, (NEOGAP www.NEOGAP.org ) and Ohio Ecological Food and Farm Association (OEFFA http://www.oeffa.org/).