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Rebecca Burnell 8h
We're also involved with Geraldine McManus, a Standing Rock veteran, at camp in resistance of Enbridge's Line 3 tarsands pipeline where it crosses the - border near Gretna. 2/
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Rebecca Burnell 8h
Come visit the camp - Geraldine is Reoccupying Dakota land in prayer, &anyone interested in visiting or assisting is encouraged to reach out through the Facebook link in the previous Tweet or via the link to MEJC in the 1st Tweet. 3/
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Rebecca Burnell 20h
The winterized wigwam is coming 2gether@ camp in tarsands pipeline resistance! are snug & warm facing the cold (the rug really ties the room together, dontcha think) Interested? Check us out on FB
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Christi Belcourt May 31
Pipelines do not sustain life on earth. Water does.
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Kofi Ademola Dec 8
. needs our support & amplification! They’re going to Minnesota on Monday to fight against the illegal Line3 pipeline! Read about it, help spread the word & donate to the camp! . . .
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Naát'áaníí Nez Means Oct 4
Your boy out here with a sprained ankle, putting up tipis in front of Wells Fargo corporate buildings for and flying out to Montana to perform for Northern Cheyenne youth.
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Naát'áaníí Nez Means Oct 20
Reports that Men are approaching young indigenous women in Minnesota casinos around White Earth, Red Lake, and Leech lake offering opportunities for them to model. These are sex traffickers praying on our communities. Please spread the word.
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Unicorn Riot Nov 4
Emails obtained show exercises at Camp Ripley & close coordination between state & local law enforcement, the , company security staff & a private police foundation in preparation for / protests.
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Jon Ziegler “Reb Z” 14 Nov 17
St. Louis - Activists LockDown Wells Fargo -
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Rob Callahan Jun 28
They're saying the next Standing Rock is about to go down in Minnesota. To be clear, it's not the "next" anything. It's the same Standing Rock. The same Highway 55. The same Wounded Knee, same Sand Creek, same Blue Earth. Always the same invasion
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WECAN, International Oct 15
Indigenous Womens Delegation took action in NYC today to demand Chase bank remove themselves from - as they prepare to renew credit facility to Enbridge, the company behind . More info:
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Ozuya cikala✨ Jun 28
Why are we destroying literally the only thing our bodies need. Fuck a pipeline
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Myron Jul 27
Tonight as Chipotle’s the checkout lady read my shirt () and started asking questions about what it meant. I gave her my 1 minute speech as I paid as well as a card with information. While we are, she...
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BearWolf Aug 6
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Dallas Goldtooth Dec 12
Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe has taken a strong stand against Line 3 pipeline! 1) dont attack tribal sovereignty 2) crossing our land will lead to conflict 3) LLBO will not approve !
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Appalachians Against Pipelines Jul 31
Becky was arrested earlier this morning and taken from where she sat in her 1971 Ford Pinto blocking MVP construction at the base of Peters Mountain (former site of treesits and monopod). She's now been released.
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Unicorn Riot Jun 28
Replying to @UR_Ninja
has been strongly opposed for years by indigenous peoples and environmentalists. Many have vowed to stop the controversial tar sands oil pipeline project "by any means necessary"
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Resist Line 3 Sep 18
"We’re here today protecting our water, our burial sites and standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters down south who are fighting the Bayou Bridge Pipeline." National Day of Action to say
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Rob Callahan Jun 29
Working on establishing more support for the . In the meantime, I asked where the Water Protectors need the most help right now and they messaged me back to ask that you contribute to their legal fund. Follow the link:
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Mary Grace Kosta May 5
Demonization is what corporate interests do when they are afraid. Pipelines are built by those who have no interest in the next generation only in the profit they can accumulate in their short lifetimes.
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