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Oct 3, 21

Anti-Pipeline Resistance and Organizing for Indigenous Survival: A Discussion

On this episode of It’s Going Down, we speak with Lakota ‘Black Elk’ Maroon, an Indigenous organizer in so-called Minnesota and the author of a recent piece on resistance to the Line 3 pipeline. Recorded as the pipeline neared completion, we discuss the scope of the various resistance camps, the role of non-profits, the impact and legacy of Standing Rock, moving social movements beyond pressuring Democrats, and how anti-pipeline struggles could serve as the launch pad for greater self-organization, mutual aid, and action in Native communities.


More Info: Perspective from the BordertownAgainst Colonial Logics: Rethinking Resistance to Resource Extraction on Indigenous Action, Stop Line 3 Bailfunds

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