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Rally for legal defense of Line 3 resisters - Heads up! Embridge threatens Lake Michigan Water
Jessy Bradish,Kadin Mills, Lucy London,Jane Goldenberg,Josina Morita
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  Contact Contributor
Oct. 30, 2021, 5:13 p.m.
Water is Life! is the theme; resistance to oppression the lesson.
Spirited rally to raise funds for the legal defense of people brutalized and arrested resisting the construction of Tar Sands Pipe Line #3 , its' threat to and destruction of land, water and human rights. Several students from nearby Northwestern University joined the resistance for extended actions and speak of their experience. Embridge Energy corporation lawlessly installed the pipeline across land belonging to indigenous people who refused it right of way. They hired the local police to be their private goons to crack heads.

The State of Minnesota and local officials lent agency to facilitate Embridges' crimes while U.S. officials grovel before Embridge Corporation and its financial enabler CitiBank, demonstrating both disrespect for "rule of law" and life itself. When Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered Embridge to shut down Line #5 it scoffed at her forcing some citizens of Michigan to shut down Line #5 in protest; a citizens arrest
of sorts. The fight continues in the courts, in the fields and on the streets.
Chicago Area Peace Action,
Jessy Bradish
Creative Artists and Activists in Service Together
Winona Laduke
Host Jessy Bradish introduces the speakers and provides background. What she references regarding wild rice, water, treaties, and resisting colonization by corporate terrorists is enhanced by Winona Laduke and Frank Bibeau in this pod cast by Regeneration International as part of their International People's Food Summit.

Singer song writer Margret Nelson performs two of her songs. Mehtab Kirtan sings homage to Lake Michigan and the Cantestoria.

Note: Over modulation distorts sound quality for portions of the recording.

Event Lineup -
Opening / Welcome (Host Jessy Bradish)
What are the Embridge Pipelines Line 3 & Line 5: Why should we care, what can we do?
-Land Acknowledgement (TBD)
Hear from front-line water protectors Kadin Mills and Lucy London who were at the camps to #StopLine3 in upstate Minnesota.
-Updates about Michigan’s Line 5 that is drilling under the Straits of Mackinac in our own Great Lakes from Climate Reality Leader Jane Goldenberg.
-Learn about the local impacts and solutions from MWRD Commissioner Josina Morita, and hear about local impacts and solutions.
Open Mic!

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