Activists Resist New Highway in Indiana

15 years, farmer-led resistance has delayed the construction of
Interstate 69, the NAFTA superhighway. Now, with the looming passage of
the Free Trade Area of the Americas, the politicians and bureaucrats in
Washington D.C. and the Indiana Department of Transportation are
preparing to finally restart construction.

We are calling for a
summer of community organizing, civil disobedience, and direct action
to finally stop this bid to pave over tens of thousands of acres of
forests and farms, displace hundreds of families, and destroy
communities throughout the Midwest, all to serve the interests of
multinational corporations.

> Roadless Summer website
> Wikipedia on the Trans-Texas Corridor


Author: Rob Goodspeed