Tuesday October 26, 2021
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BY Tracy Molm | Minneapolis, MN | 9/19/21
On September 18 nearly 100 people rallied and marched to call for an end to the Line 3 oil pipeline.
BY staff | New Orleans, LA | 9/08/21
After Hurricane Ida made landfall in south Louisiana, around 1 million people lost electricity and suffered sweltering heat for days. Even a full week after the storm, many are relying on community members and limited government aid to get by without power.
BY Serena Sojic-Borne | New Orleans, LA | 9/07/21
As the recovery from Hurricane Ida drags on, residents of southeast Louisiana rush their relief efforts. But government aid lags.
BY Serena Sojic-Borne | New Orleans, LA | 8/29/21
On August 29, at 11:55 a.m., Hurricane Ida made landfall on the Louisiana coast. The storm arrived on the 16th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Like then, working class, Black, and indigenous Louisianans are least able to evacuate and suffer the most damages.
BY Austin Dewey | St. Paul, MN | 8/28/21
Over 2000 people came to the Minnesota State Capitol building, Wednesday, August 25, occupying the capitol grounds in protest of the Line 3 oil pipeline.
BY Freedom Road Socialist Organization | United States | 8/25/21
The Freedom Road Socialist Organization urges all progressive activists to take action to support the Ojibwe people in their fight against the Line 3 oil pipeline.
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BY Aodhan Bowman | Green Bay, WI | 8/12/21
On August 7, concerned community members gathered to demand a stop to the Enbridge oil pipelines Line 3 and Line 5.
BY Katherine Gould | Minneapolis, MN | 8/08/21
On August 4, over 30 people gathered on an Interstate 35W overpass, near the office of Biden ally Senator Amy Klobuchar. Via signage, song and chants, community members spread the message to thousands passing by in rush hour traffic: “Save our planet, not their profits” and “Love water, not oil.”
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 7/30/21
Twin Cities activists stood in solidarity with indigenous water protectors, July 29, and led a coordinated banner drop around Saint Paul and Minneapolis to pressure the Canadian oil company Enbridge to stop its Line 3 tar sands oil pipeline.
BY staff | St. Paul, MN | 7/30/21
Twin Cities activists stood in solidarity with indigenous water protectors, July 29, and led a coordinated banner drop around Saint Paul and Minneapolis to pressure the Canadian oil company Enbridge to stop its Line 3 tar sands oil pipeline.
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