Indigenous Led Pipeline Action
Water protectors swarmed both sites with a total of four people locking down to construction equipment. After shutting down construction for the day, extraction started with the site where three people locked-down.. Eventually, all four water protectors were extracted and arrested.
Work at both construction sites was stopped for the entire day. They are currently seeking bail funds to continue this work. Past bail amounts usually amounted to thousands of dollars. For more information about how to join the cause, visit the AAP solidarity network
Join DE This Sunday for a talk about how you can join this exciting group - and start making headlines of your own! Or at least help others do the same.
“What are our responsibilities at this time? Because of the fossil fuel industry, we are facing horrors of a magnitude never before experienced in our existence. Our government continues to lead us to the edge of no return. We must stand up and defend ourselves. No one else is going to do it. It must be us, if we want to live.
Our methods must be disruptive, and they must be nonviolent. Our actions are evidence-based, credible, and we have a plan. The only thing missing at this point in time is YOU!”
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