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Protect Mother Earth Conference

It was an honor for Backbone Campaign staff and volunteers to provide logistical support to the Protect Mother Earth gathering at historic Frank's Landing in Nisqually tribal territory. About 75 people from PME participated in a Sunrise Ceremony at the gates of the NW Detention facility at 5:30 am Saturday, June 30th.  Continue reading

#FamiliesBelongTogether in Portland, OR

Portland Solidarity Brigade projected at Schnitzer Auditorium in downtown Portland. Continue reading

Projection Onto Atlanta Detention Center

Atlanta Solidarity Brigade projected anti-family separation and pro immigrant messages on Atlanta detention center where immigrants are being held. Continue reading

#AbolishICE at ICE HQ in DC

29 June 18: DC Solidarity Brigade projected messages relating to family separation policies and abolition of ICE onto the US Customs and Immigration headquarters. Continue reading

World Gas Convention Projection, DC

In DC, the Backbone crew projected onto the Convention Center where the World Gas Convention was being held. Continue reading

Seattle Pride Parade

24 June 2018: Woodland Park Presbyterian Church marched in the Seattle Pride Parade in Solidarity with the LGBTQ+ community. Continue reading

APPPL and BXE With Pipeline In DC

Alliance to Protect the People and the Places We Live (APPPL) in North Carolina went to DC to support the Poor People's Campaign with BXE. Continue reading

#AbolishICE In Portland, OR

Folks with the Portland Solidarity Brigade projected onto an ICE facility. Continue reading

In Solidarity With The Poor People's Campaign: Seattle

16 June 18: The Seattle Solidarity Brigade projected themed messaging in solidarity with the Poor People's Campaign. Continue reading

In Solidarity with The Poor People's Campaign: New York

12 June 18: People's Puppets Of Occupy Wall Street and Backbone Campaign light projection collaboration for the Poor People's Campaign in Brooklyn, NY. Continue reading

Moral Monday Rally 4, Eureka, CA

Folks held rallies for Moral Monday at the county courthouse in Eureka, CA. Continue reading

In Solidarity With The Poor People's Campaign: Madison, WI

Members of the Madison, WI Solidarity Brigade projected imagery in solidarity with the Poor People's Campaign. Continue reading

Overpass Bannering In Tacoma

8 June 2018: Folks from the Tacoma Solidarity Brigade and Jewish Voice For Peace stood on the Tacoma Avenue overpass over I-5 on a Friday afternoon during rush hour. Continue reading

Moral Monday Rally 3, Eureka, CA

Folks held rallies for Moral Monday at the county courthouse in Eureka, CA. Continue reading

Protesting Trump At The Naval Academy

Local activists gathered to un-welcome President Trump as speaker for Naval Academy commencement. Continue reading

Backbone Teaching/Light Projection At Patagonia

Backbone folks came together at Patagonia to share skills and experiences from the techniques they each excel at. The night included banner making, projection, and an inflatable salmon. Continue reading

Moral Monday Rally 2, Eureka, CA

Folks held rallies for Moral Monday at the county courthouse in Eureka, CA. Continue reading

Moral Monday Rally Eureka, CA

Folks held rallies for Moral Monday at the county courthouse in Eureka, CA. Continue reading

Amazon #PayYourFairShare projection in Seattle

In support of the Neighborhood Action Coalition, a Backbone team projected on buildings surrounding an Amazon construction site. Continue reading

Tallahassee Voter Registration

Stone Soup Street Action holds a street corner action in Tallahassee every Thursday. On this day, their theme was voter registration.  Continue reading