On April 9, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will head to court and share their findings from the environmental impact review of the Dakota Access pipeline and the danger it poses to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.1 This is a critical hearing because the court could order the Army Corps of Engineers to shut down DAPL.

We need to stand in solidarity with Indigenous water protectors and allies, because every single day that passes, the health and safety of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is threatened.

To help people join the fight, we’re hosting a special training — led by on-the-ground activists and Indigenous leaders — where attendees will learn how to take actions to stop DAPL, Line 3, and all other fossil fuel projects.

RSVP now to join the virtual training on Wednesday, March 24 at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT to hear the latest updates about what’s currently happening with DAPL and learn how you can take action.

Can’t make it? RSVP and we’ll send you the recording.

Special guests will join us on Wednesday night and provide the latest updates on the fight to stop the Dakota Access pipeline, including a representative from the Tasina Sapa Win Makwa Initiative who is running from the DAPL construction site in Standing Rock to the Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota to Washington, D.C. They’ll arrive in D.C. on April 1 to deliver a clear message to President Biden: stop the Dakota Access pipeline and all fossil fuel projects.

We’ll also hear from Dawn Goodwin of the Rise Coalition and Nancy Beaulieu of MN350.

Our experienced trainers will also lead sessions where we’ll learn about easy actions that we can take to stand in solidarity with the Indigenous runners. You’ll have the option of choosing one of two training sessions:

  • For those with a local Army Corps of Engineers office: “How to host an action at your local Army Corps of Engineers” led by our friends at Food and Water Watch, Shutdown DC, and the Indigenous Environmental Network
  • For everyone else: “How to host an action at the office of your local member of Congress” led by the 350 team

Together, we can hold the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers accountable and push President Biden to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline and all fossil fuel projects, but it’s going to take all of us getting involved:

Can you join the fight and attend our virtual training next Wednesday, March 24 at 7:30pm ET / 4:30pm PT to hear the latest from Indigenous runners and learn how you can hold a solidarity action?

Hope to see you there,

Emily Southard
Associate Director of Strategy and Partnerships

1 – Earth Justice


PO Box 843004, Boston, MA 02284-3004

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