Action Alerts

Dineh families requesting direct on-land support

For four decades, the Dineh communities of Black Mesa have fought to stop the U.S government and Peabody Energy Company's exploitation of their homelands and communities. Today, families remain, steadfastly resisting the mine, colonialism, and forced relocation. 

In the words of one resister, "WE NEED YOUR PHYSICAL PRESENCE OUT HERE, ASAP! WE don't ask for monies, just your good-spirited will to come out for a few days/weeks/months and immerse yourself into a cultural community under threat, and accept the daily challenges in supporting these native elders' existence. And yes, we are not asking for monies because we wish to maintain that human sovereignty, and not seek lawyers or travels to far off cities to protest."

You are being invited to the resistance communities' lands to support their resistance and deter governmental and corporate harassment.

Support the Unist'ot'en Encampment

Members of the Wet'suwet'en clan are re-occupying their land to stop an array of oil and gas pipelines planned for that area without their permission.

As political prisoner David Gilbert (among many others) has pointed out, it's important that our local struggles take inspiration from and lend our strength to global struggles, especially those struggles led by indigenous people and people of color.

RAMPS has supported the Unist'ot'en encampment financially and by volunteering, and we call on our friends and allies to do the same.

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November 2016 Update: Powering Resistance

posted by finocchio, Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016

Happy fall from the Coal River Valley! Here’s a quick update on what we’ve been up to, and some of what we’re doing next.


Since August, RAMPS members and friends have been supporting the native water protectors at Standing Rock in their fight to protect water and sacred lands from the proposed Dakota Access Pipeline. We’ve mostly been involved at Red Warrior Camp, created to facilitate direct action against the pipeline. It’s an intense fight, and represents a crucial moment for the broader struggles for climate justice and indigenous sovereignty, and a test of movement strength and solidarity.

We’re about to send another crew with a truck full of construction tools, a big army tent, medical supplies, and — if we can afford it! — a big generator. You can read more at our fundraiser page. We’ve already raised more than half of our goal! Can you make a donation today, so we can help water protectors dig in for the winter and defeat the pipeline?
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Herbal Health Clinic in Whitesville

posted by finocchio, Sunday, September 11th, 2016

RAMPS is excited to be co-hosting a FREE herbal health clinic in Whitesville during the week of Sept. 12-16, 2016.

ALL ARE WELCOME! Please drop at any time during open hours, or contact us to make an appointment: 304-854-2621

HOURS of the Whitesville Herbal Health Clinic:

Tuesday Sept 13th from 10am-3pm
Wednesday Sept 14th from 4pm-7pm
Thursday Sept 14th from 5pm-7pm

The clinic will be held in the Salamy Bldg in Whitesville — look for the sign! Please message us if you need directions.

Clinics are presented by Herbal Medics, a nonprofit group dedicated to providing sustainable, botanical, and integrative health care, in conjunction with Sam Coffman, an ex-Green Beret medic with over 25 years of experience with medicinal plants.

For more information about the clinc, please contact RAMPS at (304)-854-2621, comment on the Facebook event, or feel free to shoot us a Facebook message!

Herbs can help your body recover from issues including:

  • IBS, Reflux and many other digestive complaints
  • Insomnia
  • Upper respiratory infections
  • COPD
  • Sprains, strains, bruises, and other musculoskeletal injuries
  • Anxiety, PTSD, ADHD
  • Arthritis
  • Chronic skin and other autoimmune issues (i.e. eczema, rosacea, acne, asthma, allergies)
  • Urinary tract infections
  • Addiction issues

This herbal and nutritional counseling is not meant or intended to be any type of treatment, prescription, or diagnosis for any disease, whether physical or mental diseas

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