Massachusetts – A Goldman Sachs recruitment event at Harvard University was just disrupted over Goldman’s investments in Energy Transfer Partners (ETP).
Goldman Sachs is the top shareholder of ETP and the second largest shareholder of ETP’s parent company, Energy Transfer Equity, holding nearly $2 billion in shares in these companies. Goldman Sachs has also loaned ETP tens of millions of dollars.
ETP is the company that built the Dakota Access Pipeline and hired armed mercenaries to brutalize peaceful water protectors at Standing Rock. ETP is now trying to build the Bayou Bridge Pipeline that would connect to the DAPL system to bring fracked-oil from North Dakota to export facilities in Louisiana.
Other actions are happening too!
— Stop ETP (@StopETP) March 6, 2018
— RI Student Climate (@RI_SCC) March 6, 2018
Construction on the Bayou Bridge Pipeline is happening now but communities are resisting. Visit the No Bayou Bridge Pipeline Solidarity Campaign Facebook Page for information on other solidarity events.
Support the front lines by finding a target and taking action: www.NoBayouBridge.global