SUPER GRANNY—DEFENDER OF JUSTICE This is a true story An elderly Florida lady did her shopping, and upon returning to her car, found four males in the act of leaving with her vehicle.
She dropped her shopping bags and drew her handgun, proceeding to scream at the top of her voice, “I have a gun, and I know how to use it! ” The four men didn’t wait for a second invitation. The lady, somewhat shaken, then proceeded to load her shopping bags into the back of the car and get into the driver’s seat.
Ask any member of the 100 Grannies, and they'll say their mission is to educate, advocate and agitate for a better environment.
For five of the group's members who face trial in May for trespassing charges, they take the third tenet to heart. 1, in an attempt to halt work on a portion of the now-completed 1,172-mile Dakota Access Pipeline that travels below the Mississippi River near Sandusky, Ia., in southeast Lee County, Ann Christenson, Miriam Kashia, Georgiane Perret, Aaron Silander and Mary Beth Versgrove were arrested.
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Instead, the five women say they want their concerns raised in court about the need for clean water, the dangers they say potential pipeline leaks pose to the area's residents and the need for environmental safeguards.
Christenson, 80, said when she and her four cohorts — joined by other grannies and members of several other activist groups, some from the Standing Rock Sioux Nation in North Dakota — set off for the site, they did not plan to be arrested."This is something people have got to understand: The motto of the 100 Grannies is 'educate, advocate and agitate.' We'd rather educate, but if we have to, we're going to agitate and go to jail," Christenson said. People don't seem to understand that this is urgent."After a pre-action training session, a common practice before protests where demonstrators are given guidance on nonviolent protest practices, Kashia, 74, said the large group of about 100 people made its way from a road near the Mississippi River up a bluff, through a wooded area and a crop field before they reached the work site.
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