Clifton Nicholas and Clayton Thomas-Muller describe how Enbridge's Project to reverse Line 9 will threaten the water and the land of many Indigenous nations and communities including Kanehsatake.
From Coast to Coast to Coast Indigenous nations are standing together against pipeline development and sending a clear message that we need to protect our Sacred Water by stopping all pipelines and by stopping the Tar Sands at the source.
Help First Nations Fight Enbridge In The Courts: https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/dnTJ3
Thanks to A Tribe Called Red and BenSound.com for the tracks.
Thanks to Mic Stolz and DCErica for the photos and to subMedia.tv for the Tar Sands clips.
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