Dear Jeanne,

Today, February 14th, we honor missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit people, and recommit to stopping this chronic epidemic. Deeply rooted in white supremacy, specifically anti-Indigenous racism, intertwined with misogyny and capitalism, these ongoing tragedies are directly linked to extractive industry “man camps” for oil, gas and mining.


Ending the extraction economy — whether it’s stopping pipelines like Line 3 and Line 5, or ending massive corporate logging and mining projects — means protecting Indigenous women, girls, and two-spirit people from abduction, trafficking and murder, as well as poisoned water, cultural genocide, and climate chaos. Like Line 3, Enbridge’s Line 5 must be removed, not rerouted.


Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently reported Line 5 comments from supporters outnumbered those opposed by 3:1, with over 3,800 comments urging the DNR to move forward with the project. Most of these were postcards provided by Enbridge.


Let’s inspire the DNR & Army Corps to reject Enbridge’s Line 5 expansion.


On February 2nd, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) held a public hearing on their draft Environmental Impact Statement (dEIS) for Line 5. It lasted 10 hours, with 147 people (88%) testifying against the project.

As Bad River Reservation Tribal Chairman Mike Wiggins Jr. stated at the hearing, “The only thing we have ever asked of the oil company is to get out of our water. That has been rejected, that has been disrespected, and essentially ignored. It’s a simple request… We can’t afford in this day and age to have a foreign corporate oil pipeline in Americans’ drinking water, in the Lake Superior drainage basin, and in our tribe’s drinking water… It’s time for Line 5 to go.” 


We can harness the power of our Line 3 experience to #RejectLine5!


  • February 14 (today!) 6-7pm CT – Save What You Love! – Learn how to write public comments to Army Corps & DNR opposing Line 5 expansion 
  • February 16, 7-8pm CT – Love Letters to the WaterJoin a party to write public comments to Army Corps & DNR 
  • By March 7 – Submit a written comment to Army Corps – here’s a toolkit + quick action pages from 350 & Sierra Club  
  • By March 18 – Submit a written comment to DNR – here’s a toolkit + quick action pages from 350 & Sierra Club 

Let’s bring our community’s love and power to our sister frontlines. 

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