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First Name : Amber

Last Name : Nichtman

Approx. Age : 30

State : Pennsylvania

Tags : East Coast Network  

Notes

She's an environmental radical who tree sat at a 2010 coal mining protest organized by Climate Ground Zero in West Virginia. Guards attempted to entice Nichtman out of the tree with pizza and steak (they probably should have tried vegan food!). Around the same time, she locked herself to a coal rig along with four comrades known as the Marfolk Five. She was interviewed about her protest in the anti-coal film "Big Mountain". Nichtman has been involved in environmental protests since at least high school when she helped organize Earth Day activities at a Lancaster school. She joined the radical group Students for a Democratic Society while in high school. She's probably the sister of Angela Nichtman who's also from the Lancaster area and has been arrested at environmental protests. As of 2022, she was working with a Lancaster area dance troupe, possibly professionally. She's believed to live in the Lancaster area. https://archive.ph/khjYI, https://archive.ph/KTqUI, https://archive.ph/23SYu https://youtu.be/6neSdVOh_BM?t=2935



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