March on Enbridge to Protect the Sacred
Join us on the frontlines of the Line 3 pipeline for an Indigenous-led march to protect our water from toxic tar sands. On Indigenous Peoples' Day, Monday, October 14th, Ginew Collective, Rainforest Action Network, MN350, TC Democratic Socialists of America, Northfield Against Line 3, and our allies invite you to a peaceful march down 470th Street in Clearbrook, Minnesota at the site of Enbridge’s U.S. pipeline terminal.
Enbridge has not listened to us, the PUC has not listened to us, so it is time to bring our message directly to Enbridge’s doorstep: “Line 3 will not be built!” Let’s show them we can and will show up on the frontlines!
There will be a bus leaving from Minneapolis on Sun. Oct. 13 and returning to Minneapolis after the action on Mon. Oct. 14-- please register ASAP if you want to join us by bus! Tickets are pay what you can, from free up to $60. Register for a bus ticket here:
First and Last Name
Are you already connected to any groups in the Line 3 struggle? If yes, who?
Please list any dietary restrictions you have.
I'm interested in reserving a seat on the bus leaving from the Twin Cities? *Note: Tickets are pay what you can, from free up to $60. Reserve your seat on the bus here:
Will you be driving to the event? - *Note: if you are planning to drive up, there is an expectation that you will carpool and/or strive to fill your car with people in your community. If you're able, please sign up for a carpool here:
. We want to maximize the number of people coming and work with limited parking space. If you aren't able to fill your car, please consider hopping in someone else's.
Yes *and* I am only able to drive myself.
Do you have any access needs we should be aware of?
This gathering is organized by Native people on the frontlines. We are asking for a contribution of $25-$100, if you are in a financially stable place and/or have access to wealth. Consider a generous donation here:
. Regardless of if/how much you give, all are invited to attend!
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