In an Enbridge worksite, all dirt and heavy machinery, a number of Indigenous activists sit in a prayer lodge--an open dome made of branches--as non-Indigenous allies stand in a circle surrounding them with their hands in tubes taped together to make a circle (a tactic to make it difficult to remove any of them).

Pushing Forward on Stopping Line 3

Before the spring thaw approaches, it's a critical time to Stop Line 3, as Enbridge will start drilling under the ...
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April 6th: Redlining and the Climate Crisis

April 6th: Redlining and the Climate Crisis

On Tuesday, April 6th at 9:00 am, the EPA Office of Environmental Justice will be hosting a webinar about the ...
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A photo of a frozen Minnesota lake, covered in snow. Some footprints have gone out a few meters onto the ice. The pathway is framed by a bare tree on the right and an empty, forgotten boat trailer on the left.

How Pipelines Hide in the Shadow of Genocide

Something became crystal clear to me: Fossil fuel pipelines are not a climate change issue taking place on Indigenous soil ...
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Take to the Overpasses to Stop Line 3!

Take to the Overpasses to Stop Line 3!

Every weekday during morning and evening rush hours, you can join activists around the city to hold banners on overpasses ...
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Tuesday meeting: Working Groups Meeting!

Tuesday meeting: Working Groups Meeting!

And then on Tuesday, April 6th at 6:00 pm, we'll holding our regular meetings: It's working groups! Prepare for Action ...
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