In June 2017, a federal court ruled that the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) was illegally approved. Three months later, the court decided not to shut the pipeline off as the U.S. Army Corps under Trump attempts to bring the pipeline into compliance.  In a groundswell of support, communities, tribes, and cities are divesting billions from banks that financed the DAPL. San Francisco, Seattle, Los Angeles, Davis, Winona, Alameda, and Santa Monica have voted to move their money out of Wall Street, and campaigns are active in Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, D.C., Minneapolis/St. Paul, Denver, Utah, and more.

Since then, Energy Transfer family of companies has filed a SLAPP suit against Greenpeace, BankTrack, and other coalition partners. They claim divestment has been a campaign of "mob thuggery." 

We're not backing down, and we're going global.