Red Lake Nation Tribal Members Blockade Enbridge Pipelines
Below are two videos from the Red Lake Reservation encampment that started March 1 to protest the Enbridge pipelines on reservation land in northern Minnesota.
Here’s a short video of the encampment at Red Lake Reservation that seeks to stop the flow of Tarsands oil in Enbridge pipelines: a Canadian Enbridge cop drops in by helicopter and delivers coffee. Love to all the folks camping to save our climate! Some Occupiers from the Twin Cities have joined the Red Lake Tribal Members.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IAhOoG3MXt4&w=560&h=315][youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1TnrznBPvI&w=560&h=315] Red Lake Ojibwe people and supporters began an encampment on Enbridge (Canadian oil transport company) tar sands pipelines in northern Minnesota on March 1. Marty Cobenais, the speaker in this video, works with the Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN).
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