Join us for a nonviolent direct action where we will make our voices heard at a top funder of Enbridge's Line 3 tar sands oil pipeline. Enbridge, a Canadian energy transportation company is currently building Line 3 a new highly toxic tar sands pipeline in Northern Minnesota. If completed, Line 3 would endanger more than 800 wetlands and 200 waterways, and destroy the sacred wild rice beds that the Anishinaabe people depend on for their food, culture and way of life. Line 3 would contribute as much damage to our climate as 38 million vehicles on our roads or 50 new coal burning power plants. Stopping Line 3 is a matter of justice. In the last five months, hundreds of Water Protectors have been arrested for taking direct action to stop the pipeline construction: chaining themselves to pieces of pipe, sitting in trees in the path of construction, locking themselves by their necks to excavators and placing pianos in the way of construction. This resistance will only grow more fervent. Let's show our solidarity with the frontline Water Protectors by pressuring banks to respect Indigenous rights, protect our climate and walk away from Enbridge, or otherwise face the reputational risk that will inevitably occur if they fail to do so. Sign up here:

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