Rise Up to Stop Line 3
This past year has been a time of immense grief for our communities faith and spirituality in the Stop Line 3 movement. We've witnessed Enbridge and the Northern Lights Task Force brutally suppress peaceful Water Protectors—our friends and comrades. Our hearts broke as Enbridge built Line 3 across the Mississippi River, poisoned our sacred waterways through frac-out spills, breached an artesian aquifer, and so much more. Honor the Earth even published a list of the top 10 times Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline has failed our communities, environment, and Indigenous rights.
This past year has also been a time of immense love, community, and courage. Again and again, we have come together and taken powerful, spirit-filled action. From the Treaty People Gathering in June to the Treaty People Walk for Water and Treaties not Tar Sands actions in August, people of faith, spirituality, and conscience have shown up by the thousands for the water, climate, and Indigenous sovereignty.
Enbridge has finished construction and oil can start flowing, but the fight against Line 3 is not over. Because we know this movement goes beyond a single pipeline. We are fighting for the end of all fossil fuel projects. We are fighting the scourge of racism because we know that's what makes climate destruction possible.
We continue to show up in this movement because we are guided by the deepest values of community and care. We show up because we share a collective imagining of a world based on renewable energy, equity and prosperity for all.
Together, we are powerful beyond measure.
Urge the State of Minnesota to Take Action
Click to demand that Minnesota stop the flow of oil until a full environmental impact statement is completed. The State has authority over the operations of the pipeline. It can use its regulatory power to prevent or mitigate environmental damage. But the State is not doing its job. We must hold Enbridge accountable and stop the oil before more damage is done.
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Frontline Indigenous Groups
Water Protectors are actively on the frontlines to defend the water, land, climate, and wild rice. Follow our partners on social media for real-time updates and specific opportunities to get involved.