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Sep 19, 2014
On Saturday September 20, Earth Quaker Action Team will perform a theatrical investigation at two Manhattan PNC branches, uncovering evidence of the bank’s ties to the poisoned water and destroyed communities of Appalachia.
Sep 10, 2014
PNC executives and board members cannot hide from the fact that any financial profits they may gain through continuing to invest in MTR come at a terrible cost to the quality of life for their brothers and sisters living in Appalachia.
Aug 26, 2014
Today our dear friend and Earth Quaker Action Team coordinator, Matthew Armstead, is setting off on the long drive to Ferguson, MO where he will share his many gifts at the request of a local group, the Organization for Black Struggle.
Jul 31, 2014
Planning to be at the People's Climate March in NYC? Because EQAT is! Join us for a powerful spiritual action to end mountaintop removal coal mining midday Saturday, September 20th at PNC bank branches in Manhattan.
Jul 18, 2014
From July 20-29th, EQAT volunteers and staff will facilitate debrief calls as an opportunity to discuss what it felt like to be at the July 3rd FGC Gathering action, what we learned about ourselves, and how we can plan for future actions.
Jul 5, 2014
Are you curious what happened at the action in Pittsburgh yesterday? Here's a short report from each action location
Jul 4, 2014
A great article acknowledging that yesterday's action brought in the power of Quakers from all over the US, joining in our Bank Like Appalachia Matters! campaign
Jul 3, 2014
Do you want to take powerful action and work for a just and sustainable economy? EQAT is taking action to #cleanupyouractPNC in Pittsburgh. Join us in two locations.
Jun 2, 2014
Friends of all ages from across the country will stand together to hold PNC responsible for damages from mountaintop removal coal mining.
Apr 22, 2014
Soon after EQAT member Eileen Flanagan stood up this morning during the PNC annual shareholder meeting at Tampa’s Intercontinental Hotel, CEO William Demchak called the meeting to an abrupt close. “I stood to bear silent witness to PNC’s continuing investment in mountaintop removal coal mining,“ said Flanagan, “and to hold the board of directors and the management in prayer to ‘do the right thing’”.