Line 3 opponents hold vigil at US Army Corps of Engineers

Video from the vigil 2 min 3 seconds

The 14th of December was a national day of action against Enbridge's Line 3 tar sands pipeline, the anniversary of a major drill pad blockade at the Missisippi River that slowed construction in 2020. On Dec 14, 2021, one of the many actions across Turtle Island demanding this pipeline be forever shut down, both the old and "replacement" Line 3.

Images of "frac-outs" of leaking drilling mud into the Missisippi River were among the stills and videos projected onto the walls of the US Army Corps of Engineers (shared with GAO) building on the evening of Dec 14. Offerings were made for the water being poisoned by the pipeline as protesters beat a single drum and lit candles. As the vigil continued to the beat of the drum, activists chalked messages for the US Army Corps of Engineers on the sidewalk

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