Category Archives: Campaign House

There must be resistance!

You Are Invited to Stand Up Against The Nazi Threat! Spring is here! As ramps pop up throughout the hollers, our work continues on multiple fronts. Here’s what we’ve been up to. Solidarity with Standing Rock: The Legal Battle Continues RAMPS members have been intimately involved in the resistance at Standing Rock for much of […]

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Resist! All Day, Every Day!

2016 was an eventful year for us– from setting down roots in the Coal River Valley to supporting the ongoing resistance at Standing Rock.  Here’s a quick update on where we’ve been in 2016 and where we hope to go this year: The RAMPS Campaign House Thanks to your generous support, last winter we purchased […]

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July 2016 Update: Deepening Roots, Cultivating Resilience

Hello from Whitesville! Summer’s here in Appalachia, and it’s been an unusually hot and rainy one so far. This is a long-overdue update on what all is new in our world. But first, a few words about this past week: Here in the Coal River Valley, we didn’t get hit with serious floods last week, […]

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Deepening our Roots and Growing our Reach: we’re buying a campaign house!

As we approach our five-year anniversary, RAMPS has a tremendous opportunity that will enable our work to grow and thrive for the long haul—we are buying a campaign house! We’re grateful to have been supported in the past by so many of you who believe in the importance of taking radical action for mountains’ and […]

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housing update

Update (5/25/12):  Unfortunately, the property we had our eye on in the Coal River Valley sold, but we’re still exploring other possibilities for a permanent home for our campaign in southern West Virginia. Thanks everyone who is supporting us in this effort!

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