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Orchard Planting on White Earth

“If you plant an annual crop, that’s great, but if you plant a tree you can feed your descendants.”

-Winona LaDuke

 

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Get out the Vote

It’s time to vote.

 

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Mining Tar Sands Oil: Land Impacts

On June 14th, 2018 Forbes online published an article titled “It's High Time To Approve Enbridge's Oil Pipeline Replacement Plans written by Jude Clemente.  

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Public Statement Regarding the Duluth Police Department's Request to Purchase Riot Gear

Public Statement Regarding the Duluth Police Department’s Request to Purchase Riot Gear

*from Minnesota Native-Led Environmental Organization, Honor the Earth

Contact: Alyssa Hoppe (Honor the Earth) 612-385-1557 alyssa@honorearth.org

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A Feast of Indigenous Art and People: Making Art that Speaks Truth to Power- Bringing the “Not Afraid to Look” Monument to the Duluth Area

DULUTH MN – Wednesday, October 3 -- Honor the Earth invites the Twin Ports community to the Feast of Indigenous Art and Indigenous People on Saturday, October 13th, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Peace United Church of Christ in Duluth MN 

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The International Uranium Film Festival returns to the Diné Nation with additional screenings throughout New Mexico

The International Uranium Film Festival returns to the Diné Nation with additional screenings throughout New Mexico

The issue of nuclear power is not only an issue of the Navajo Nation, who suffered for decades because of uranium mining. All people should be informed about the risks of uranium, nuclear weapons and the whole nuclear fuel chain, states International Uranium Film Festival’s Director Norbert G. Suchanek. In an effort to keep people informed and aware, particularly during this critical time of escalating nuclear threats, the International Uranium Film Festival returns to the U.S. Southwest.

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Black Snake Chronicles: Police, Courts and Victories

This past month was marked by new stages in pipeline battles, in Canada, Minnesota, and North Dakota.  On August 29, twenty-six people were cited in Bemidji, Minnesota after stopping traffic for four hours, facing Enbridge’s Line 3, the largest tar sands pipeline proposal in North America. Ojibwe women were joined with the Board Chair of the Sierra Club, Lauron Blackford, Nellis Kennedy ( Sierra Club’s Equity and Inclusion Director) and a number of Minnesota church leaders.  As well, Doug Rasch, a landowner in Clearwater County who faces eminent domain of his land by Enbridge was cited and charged with disorderly conduct. Those cited talked about climate urgency, man camps and the need to protect Minnesotans not Canadian corporations. These first set of citations, signals what will likely be a brutal winter in Minnesota if Enbridge is allowed to move forward.

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Ganawendandaa nibi gechitwaawendaagwak: Lets protect the sacred water.

Statement of Winona LaDuke on Risking Arrest: Manoominike Giizis 29, 2018

 

 

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Honor the Earth Presents Water is Life Festival Featuring Indigo Girls, Chastity Brown, Annie Humphrey, Sister Tree, Lyz Jaakola and other special guests.

Honor the Earth Presents
Water is Life Festival
Featuring Indigo Girls, Chastity Brown, Annie Humphrey, Sister Tree, Corey Medina and guests

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Message to Minnesotans and to the PUC - Star Tribune AD calls for Action

Minnesotans, Others Voice Opposition as PUC Decision on Line 3 Expected this Week

FULL PAGE LETTER IN TODAY’S STAR TRIBUNE GIVES REASONS TO DENY THE RISKY PIPELINE PROJECT THE MN DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ALREADY REJECTED ON ECONOMIC AND ENVIRONMENTAL GROUNDS -- AND IS SIGNED BY A LEADING CLIMATOLOGIST, CONGRESSIONAL, NATIVE AMERICAN AND FAITH LEADERS, ARTISTS AND OTHERS

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