The Progressive Magazine just published a piece updating the Enbridge Line 3 story. Please share.
Meanwhile, MN350 provides this update:
Despite the delays in the permitting process, Enbridge is clearing land in northern Minnesota to make way for Line 3. It’s critical that we continue to grow the resistance. Governor Walz has acknowledged many times that this tar sands project requires a social permit, in addition to a legal permit. When we organize and show up, we make it clear that Minnesotans are not granting that social permit.
Opportunities to get involved follow.
March 23 and 24, 11 a.m. -5 p.m., MN350 Annex, 3015 27th Ave. S. Minneapolis; also follow on Facebook for updates.
Everyone is welcome to help create banners and art that will be used to elevate the Stop Line 3 message. No experience necessary. Come when you can, stay as long as you’d like.
Strategies and Stories from the German Climate Justice Movement
Friday, March 29, 6-9 p.m., Carlson School of Management, Room 110, 321 19th Ave SE, Minneapolis.
Join German activists from Ende Gelände on their U.S. tour as they share stories from organizing successful mass climate justice mobilizations — including their 6,000 person direct action against enormous open-cast lignite coal mines!
Promise to Protect
April 6 or 7, 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Join the Promise to Protect Training Tour and learn how you can stand with Indigenous leaders to stop pipelines in their tracks. Identical one-day training offered both Saturday and Sunday. Childcare will be available. Space is limited, so please register only if you’re committed to attending.
The Rapid Action Team
Non-violent, low-risk actions against Line 3 are happening in the metro area. If you’re interested in joining a team of like minded folks deploying banners and disrupting the status quo, reply to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sign the Pledge of Resistance
If you have friends who would like to join the resistance and get these updates, encourage them to sign the Pledge of Resistance.