Hi 350 Local Group Leaders –

The RISE coalition has issued a call for all allies & accomplices to join them at Camp Firelight, a new Anishinaabe-led encampment at the Mississippi headwaters in the direct path of Line 3.
Amplify the call to action:
Social share toolkit for allies:
The email we just sent to the Stop the Money Pipeline list is copied below.
Any help amplifying this to your organizations’ members & supporters would be much appreciated by the organizers — the hope is to have as many people as possible there as soon as possible before the cops try and close the camp down.
Hope to see some of you at Camp Firelight in the next few days. ✊♥️
PS: Sending this from outside Becker County jail in Detroit Lakes where some of our friends are finally starting to get released after their bold, beautiful action two days ago…


———- Forwarded message ———
From: Stop the Money Pipeline <info@stopthemoneypipeline.com>
Date: Wed, Jun 9, 2021, 2:27 PM
Subject: Calling all Water Protectors!
To: Alec <alec.connon@350seattle.org>

Over 200 people who attended the Treaty People’s Gathering are occupying the Mississippi headwaters. They are camped in the exact spot where Enbridge plans to begin drilling for Line 3 by July 1st.

Led by the RISE Coalition, this occupation will continue — and the call has been made for allies and accomplices to join them in exercising their treaty rights.

If you are able to join the camp at the headwaters of the Mississippi please contact Rise Coalition at RiseCoalition@protonmail.com.

If you can’t join, please donate to support the camp. The time has come to mobilize to protect the sacred.

In solidarity,
Stop the Money Pipeline

P.S. Below is the email we sent Monday about the action at the Treaty People Gathering — if you didn’t get a chance to read it, take a look.

Right now hundreds of people are taking bold direct action to block Line 3. They are putting their bodies on the line to lock down machinery and prevent Indigenous territory from being destroyed by the toxic tar sands that Line 3 would bring.

Now, the Department of Homeland Security is flying helicopters as low as possible to kick up massive amounts of dirt at protestors. These helicopters aren’t landing — they’re just going up and down repeatedly to stir up as much dust as possible to make seeing and breathing difficult.

The Water Protectors in Minnesota are holding strong, but now is the time to make sure people on the ground are supported in case arrests start. Click here to donate to the Treaty People Gathering and the activist support fund.

Once again the Department of Homeland Security is treating Indigenous resistance to pipelines like a military conflict. It’s a disgusting display that underlines just how important this fight is. Now is the time to tip the scales towards climate justice.

The actions in Minnesota are powerful and show the strength of our movement. We can stop Line 3 if we stand together — no matter how much DHS tries to intimidate us. Please donate to the Treaty People Gathering and keep these powerful actions rolling.

In solidarity,
Stop the Money Pipeline

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