The Ride for Resistance Tour Comes to Buffalo February 1

Over the next two weeks indigenous water protectors from the Red Warrior Society and the Mothers Against Meth Alliance (M.A.M.A.) will be touring the Northeast as part of the Ride for Resistance Tour.


RSVP below to an event near you!

The Red Warrior Society is made up of indigenous water protectors who were part of the Red Warrior Camp at Standing Rock, the first camp to utilize direct action to resist construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The Mothers Against Meth Alliance has been fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline from the very beginning, while also fighting meth addiction on the Pine Ridge reservation.

FANG is honored to be partnering with these groups, and grassroots groups across the region, to bring this tour to the Northeast. This is an amazing opportunity to hear from frontline water protectors who continuously put their bodies on the line to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

There are nine events scheduled from Boston to Baltimore. RSVP and invite your friends to attend:

February 1st – Buffalo, NY
Buffalo State College, Student Union 6:30-9pm
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February 2nd – Montpelier, VT
Unitarian Church of Montpelier, 6-9pm
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February 3rd – Northampton, MA
Pioneer Valley Workers Center, 7-9pm
RSVP here and then invite your friends to the Facebook event

February 4th – Providence, RI
The FANG Office, 7-9pm
RSVP here and then invite your friends to the Facebook event

February 6th – Hartford, CT
Unitarian Society of Hartford, 7-9pm
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February 7th – Cambridge, MA
First Church in Cambridge, 7-9pm
RSVP here and then invite your friends to the Facebook event

February 8th – Worcester, MA
Stone Soup, 6-9pm
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February 10th – Mahwah, NJ
Ramapough Lenape Community Center, 7-9pm
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February 14th – Baltimore, MD
Native American LifeLines of Baltimore, 7-9pm
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We hope that you are able to join one of these important events, please invite your friends and share widely. Plus, if you would like to directly support the costs of the tour please PayPal Julz of M.A.M.A. at


The winner will receive an 11×14 archival print of this photo of a ringed kingfisher overlooking the ancient araucaria forest in Parque Huerquehue in Chile. Ringed kingfishers require large bodies of clean water and dense forest and migrate between the US and Chile.