This thought occurred to me as I made my way home to Detroit from Lansing last month. I had just made a presentation to the Mackinac Straits Corridor Authority (MSCA) as part of the Indigenous community’s ongoing battle to shut down a 1950s-era oil pipeline built and operated by…
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I recognized the older woman immediately as she stood up to address the six members of the Virginia Air Pollution Board gathered in the Pittsylvania…
Lessons from Nebraska's 'Cowboy and Indian Alliance' against the Keystone XL Pipeline
Rowan Ryrie writes from Parents for Future Global, at COP26
by Justin J. Pearson of Memphis Community Against the Pipeline (MCAP)
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