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May 14th ! Indigo Girls to perform live the 'Rites of Passage,' to benefit Honor the Earth and support food security in Indian Country

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Live Performance Will Benefit Indigenous Non-Profit Honor the Earth and Support Food Security in Indian Country. Make sure you follow @indigogirlsmusic ❤️https://www.youtube.com/user/indigogirls

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Honor the Earth to Challenge Newly Issued Certificate of Need and Route Permit for proposed Line 3

Honor the Earth to Challenge Newly Issued Certificate of Need and Route Permit

MINNESOTA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION REISSUES NEW ORDERS FOR LINE 3 WHILE IGNORING GROWING CLIMATE CHANGE EVIDENCE AND IMPACTS OF COVID-19 CRISIS ON DEMAND FOR EXPENSIVE AND DIRTY TAR SANDS CRUDE OIL FROM CANADA

PUC COMMISSIONER SCHUERGER’S BOLD DISSENTING OPINION IN TOUCH WITH REALITY OF 2020 OIL INDUSTRY

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DESPERATE PIPELINE COMPANIES TRY TO PUSH AHEAD DURING PANDEMIC

This spring changed our world. That’s for sure. There’s a long ago story of how the Bat changed the world. And once again, we are seeing this change. Mother Earth is taking a breath. Air pollution is down at least twenty percent, and you can see the stars and the sun. The hole over the ozone mended in the past couple of weeks, and the season has changed. Just like that, when the frogs come, the maple syrup is done. Nature’s time. That’s a lot different than the time of industrial society, or Wiindigo economics.

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Music is powerful and Inspiring: Live Nahko performs "Honor the Earth"

Nahko And Medicine For The People release new single ‘Honor The Earth’

"Honor the Earth, the Mother comes first, live in a good way for Her!”, says Nahko.

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A Conversation with Winona LaDuke and Bill McKibben on Decarbonization, Localization & Just Transition

The Backbone Campaign Team and allies held a 1 hour conversation with Winona LaDuke and Bill McKibben on this CoViD-19 moment and its relevance for decarbonization, localization, and system transformation. Check it out! Then take action to #ReMakeTheWorld and let's get #Grounded

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How America Led, Lost and Hopes to Reclaim the Environmental Movement

28. Winona LaDuke founds Honor The Earth
“Being born Anishinaabe was my awakening to consciousness.”
 
— Winona LaDuke, Indigenous author, activist and speaker
 
In 1993, LaDuke founds Native environmental justice nonprofit Honor The Earth, of which she is currently Executive Director. She goes on to run as the vice presidential candidate for the Green Party alongside Ralph Nader in 1996 and 2000.
 
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LEGAL CHALLENGE TO MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY WATER QUALITY PERMITS FOR LINE 3 FILED BY SELECT MINNESOTA TRIBES AND MAINSTREAM ENVIRONMENTAL GROUPS CALLS FOR CONTESTED CASE HEARINGS

Petition Cites Dramatic Oil Market Crash, Severe Pandemic Threats, Adequate Clean Water Act Protections, Other Issues. Friends, we are happy to announce to that Honor the Earth, with our allies filed a legal petition to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency (PCA) on April 10, 2020, calling for contested case hearings about the agency’s water quality permits for the pipeline.

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New film documents indigenous resistance to Enbridge Line 3

"A new documentary film directed by Suez Taylor was released on March 29, documenting the course of resistance to the Enbridge Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota. LN3 features indigenous environmental activist and water protector Winona LaDuke, attorney Tara Houska, and poet-hip hop artist ThomasX, as they lead an alliance to take on Big Oil and their enablers at the institutional and legal levels."

 

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Oshki Biboonigizi: New Birth of 2020

Dear Friends,

Let us put our minds together to see what kind of future we can make for our children…”       

              Sitting Bull

That’s really this time.  In the darkest of political times, the collapse of ecological balances, and the rise of unchallenged corporate power, it’s a time to be thoughtful and courageous.  

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Water Warriors Short Film

When an energy company begins searching for natural gas in New Brunswick, Canada, indigenous and white families unite to drive out the company in a campaign to protect their water and way of life. Co-presented by Vision Media Maker (VMM).

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