Tag: Line 3 Pipeline
“Law enforcement is supposed to protect and serve the people. They work for Enbridge.”
“’We’re going to have Indigenous Peoples’ Day, but we’re still going to smash you in northern Minnesota and smash the rest of the country.’”
“We need everyone who can to come to the frontlines in support. We need those who can’t come here in person to amplify this message through every available channel.”
Indigenous water protectors and allies are effectively engaging all four roles of social change.
“It is a civil crisis when a Canadian multinational controls your police force.”
“You are siding with a handful of corrupt corporate elites over honoring treaty rights, climate, water, and the future of life on Earth.”
“Find your bravery, find your community, find your truth. Stand with us and Stop Line 3.”
With the Line 3 and Dakota Access pipelines threatening Indigenous land, youth from the Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Sioux tribes ran 2,000 miles to deliver a powerful message to the new administration.
Meanwhile, the fight against Line 3 in Minnesota is continuing on the ground as Enbridge plows ahead with construction.
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