Our partners at Stop the Money Pipeline are running full steam to stop the Line 3 tar sands pipeline.
In the last three months, Water Protectors have been putting their bodies on the line to stop the construction of the Line 3 tar sands pipeline on Anishinaabe land in Northern Minnesota.
Facing freezing temperatures they’ve locked themselves inside sections of pipe, blockaded excavators and shut down construction with pianos. And they’re not stopping any time soon – that’s where you come in.
On the frontlines in Northern Minnesota activists are taking almost daily direct action to stop the construction. Water Protectors recently locked themselves inside a section of pipe, blockaded the entrances to construction sites, and locked themselves to trucks being used to carry Line 3 pipeline materials.
This steady direct action resistance forms cracks in the world of profit margins. As we learned at Standing Rock, Indigenous land defense poses a deep reputational risk to the financial institutions profiting from oil pipelines.
Activists all over the world are taking action to support the work on the ground — join the fight against Line 3 and together we can stop this toxic pipeline.
Learn more how you can help at the Stop the Money Pipeline Line 3 action centre.