Shell No! Earth Guardians Seattle draws the line!

RYSE Youth Council member Aji Piper and his brother Adonis performed at the Shell No! demonstration in Seattle on April 26th opposing Shell’s plans to begin exploratory drilling in the arctic this summer. Visit Earth Guardians Seattle to find out more about what these amazing youth activists and how you can support their mission to protect the arctic.

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