How to Stop Line 3 from Home
September 22 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDT
Enbridge’s Line 3 tar sands pipeline is almost entirely in the ground, but the campaign to stop this destructive project is far from over. While nonviolent direct action continues in northern Minnesota, the campaign is ramping up activity in locations around the United States. After two stays at the Red Lake Treaty Camp, Eileen Flanagan will share what she’s learned about effectively supporting the calls of Ojibwe women, different roles you can play from wherever you are, and a special opportunity for collective action coming up in October.
Eileen’s workshop is part of our preparation for The People Vs. Fossil Fuels, a frontline-led week of civil disobedience action in DC on Oct 11-15th. QEW will be joining as part of a multi-faith delegation. Learn more here about the multi faith delegation.
To learn more about how Friends are working to support Indigenous-led efforts to resist the Line 3 tar sands pipeline, click here.