The raging grannies, minus their costumes, sing as they join a couple dozen other protesters around lunchtime to try to convince the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality to not approve permits that would allow the natural gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline to be built. Activist Greg Yost from Buncombe Co. is on day 9 of a 14 day water-only fast to protest against the the proposed pipeline which is being considered to transport natural gas through North Carolina. They all were in front of the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality offices in downtown Raleigh on Sept. 13, 2017.
The raging grannies, minus their costumes, sing as they join a couple dozen other protesters around lunchtime to try to convince the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality to not approve permits that would allow the natural gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline to be built. Activist Greg Yost from Buncombe Co. is on day 9 of a 14 day water-only fast to protest against the the proposed pipeline which is being considered to transport natural gas through North Carolina. They all were in front of the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality offices in downtown Raleigh on Sept. 13, 2017. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
The raging grannies, minus their costumes, sing as they join a couple dozen other protesters around lunchtime to try to convince the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality to not approve permits that would allow the natural gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline to be built. Activist Greg Yost from Buncombe Co. is on day 9 of a 14 day water-only fast to protest against the the proposed pipeline which is being considered to transport natural gas through North Carolina. They all were in front of the N.C. Dept. of Environmental Quality offices in downtown Raleigh on Sept. 13, 2017. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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