By Olivia DiNucci

Enbridge is racing to complete Line 3, and aims to finish construction and have oil flowing by the end of the year. By allowing Enbridge to build Line 3, our state leaders and agencies are violating treaties, preventing Anishinaabe communities from exercising their rights to hunt, fish and engage in cultural practices. They are ignoring the fact that Line 3 would release 50 coal power plants’ worth of greenhouse gases, even as the newest IPCC report shows time is running out to stop the worst effects of climate change.

From Monday, August 23 through Thursday, August 26, Indigenous water protectors and allies will hold space at the Minnesota State Capitol — with a big gathering (all welcome!) on Wednesday the 25th to welcome the Treaty People Walk for Water as they reach the end of their 256 mile journey from the Mississippi Headwaters. Some may choose to hold space at the capitol starting the night of the 25th and beyond — for as long as it takes for elected leaders to hear our call and finally #StopLine3.

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