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 Building Bridges 
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 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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Water is life, Protect The Wildlife Say Indigenous Activists Leading Thousands In Protest of Enbridges Tar Sands Line 3 Pipeline In Northern Minnesota
. Simone Senogles, the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN) an Anishinabe from the Red Lake Nation of Ojibwe in northern Minnesota
. Angel Stevens, an Anishinaabe wild rice harvester and a member of the anti-pipeline Manoomin Camp
. Silas Neeland, one of our youngest indigenous water protector warriors

They screwed up our lake: tar sands pipeline is sucking water from Minnesota watersheds. The Anishinaabe people are rallying to save their lakes and their traditional wild rice harvests

The Line 3 pipeline project in Minnesota, if completed, will move up to 915,000 barrels of tar sands oil per day from Alberta, Canada to Superior, Wisconsin. Tar sands oil is one of the dirtiest energy sources on the planet. The 337-mile stretch of pipeline now being built in Minnesota would cross indigenous Anishinaabe treaty lands, threatening their sacred wild rice crop, which requires clean water to grow.
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