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Chronogram Seen: June 2012 

David Braun, lead organizer for New Yorkers Against Fracking, addressing the crowd at the concert.

Jim Rice

David Braun, lead organizer for New Yorkers Against Fracking, addressing the crowd at the concert.

click to enlarge Caroline Cowley protesting outside the Capitol building. - JIM RICE
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  • Caroline Cowley protesting outside the Capitol building.
click to enlarge Actor and Sullivan County resident Mark Ruffalo at the podium. - JIM RICE
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  • Actor and Sullivan County resident Mark Ruffalo at the podium.
click to enlarge Natalie Merchant (far left), Jan Osbourne (fourth from left), and members of the Horse Flies and The Ahkwesasne Women Singers performing at the concert. - JIM RICE
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  • Natalie Merchant (far left), Jan Osbourne (fourth from left), and members of the Horse Flies and The Ahkwesasne Women Singers performing at the concert.
click to enlarge Rally on the "million dollar staircase" in the Capitol building. - JIM RICE
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  • Rally on the "million dollar staircase" in the Capitol building.

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