Peaceful protest isn't curbing the rapidly worsening crisis. Some activists say it’s time to attack the actual tools used to destroy the planet.
Hundreds of people who opposed the Line 3 pipeline were arrested and brutalized by police. Activists are creating spaces to help them heal.
Indigenous water protectors, experts, and officials have been warning about the links between violence against women and pipelines for years. Now, they worry there'll be more.
At least 500 water protectors have been arrested protesting the Line 3 pipeline, which will carry toxic tar sands oil from Canada into the U.S.
Indigenous folks—even those who aren’t on the front lines of pipeline battles—report regular harassment and intimidation. But they’re going on their land anyway.
States and provinces are passing laws criminalizing protests against fossil fuels. “This onslaught of legislation is a direct result of the people uprising,” said one land defender.
Despite enjoying praise for cancelling Keystone XL, President Joe Biden hasn’t said anything yet about Line 3. Omar tells VICE News she’s going to keep pushing.
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The Gitga'at First Nation would be "shocked" and "disappointed" at an approval.