Posted on

Indigenous Peoples’ Day action taken by anti colonial land defense

Minnesota: On the early, crisp morning of Indigenous People’s Day, October 8th, 2018, a collective of Indigenous & non- indigenous Water Protectors & Land Defenders took action against Enbridge Line 3 by order of some strong Ojibwe grandmother matriarchs.

Originally published by Anti-colonial Land Defense Facebook page.

Note: Enough is Enough is not organizing any of these events, we are publishing this text for people across the US and Europe to be able to see what is going on and for documentation only.

A traditional Ojibwe Waganogan was erected as a prayer lodge in the midst of Line 3’s pipeline path: it serves as a gathering place for prayer & resistance to Line 3’s racist resource colonial existence & projects.

The main roads leading to Enbridge’s pipeline access roads were also blockaded with the intention to cease Enbridge work activity on or within the pipeline route itself & subsequent buffer zone.

We consider any and all Enbridge construction & affiliated work activity to be serious threats to our water , land, & air, in conjunction with trespassing on Indigenous Land.
We will continue to advocate for & take Direct Action to stop this genocidal destruction perpetrated by Enbridge!

Anti-colonial Land Defense, October 8, 2018.

Anti-colonial Land Defense has an action camp coming up in the NW Lake Superior bioregion Oct.15th–18th that is a two-spirit, trans & womxn friendly action camp that prioritizes POC/indigenous comrades! We are open to collaborating with other vetted individuals & groups; please inquire with us more at: allcoloniesareburning@riseup.net


Support Enough is Enough! Donate!

Donation for our work in the Enough is Enough info-shop and our independent reporting on our blog and social media channels.

€1,00

 

 

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.