The struggles listed below seek your support and solidarity! Check out the individual postings for specific information on needs related to the Line 3 fight.
PLAN will prioritize organizational structures that support individual autonomy while acting in ways that honor our interdependence. We will support groups and individuals in making their own informed decisions by decentralizing information, power, and resources.
Protect the Sacred Water Walkers!
DROP THE CHARGES!
EMAIL Emmet County Prosecutor James R Linderman and demand the walker’s charges be dropped. James Linderman: 200 Division St. Petoskey, MI 49770
Phone: (231) 348-1725 or email: email@example.com
For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Water walker LEGAL FUNDS NEEDED!
On Wednesday, March 27th, 2019, the Protect the Sacred Water Walk set out to continue in ceremony forward when they were bombarded by several law enforcement agencies, totaling approximately 25 police cruisers, on the southern side of the Mackinac Bridge. The cops preceded to capture three of the Water Walkers and held them in the Emmet County Jail on trumped up bogus charges. The Water Walkers are now free due to the gracious and appreciated support of the people and now face a long legal battle ahead fighting for their rights and freedom against several felony charges. Inherent Indigenous rights, treaty obligations, the right to freedom of religion, and the American Indian religious freedom act of 1978 is all on the line.
Donate to the Valve Turners!
“We rely on the support of others to do this needed and impactful work. In the event that we receive more than we need, we are in touch with indigenous and other activist groups that we would be grateful to be able to support financially.
The donate button will take you to the Climate Defense Project Donation page. Please select "Four Necessity Valve Turners" from the "Campaigns" drop down menu.
If you prefer, we gladly accept checks made out to the Climate Defense Project, with "Four Necessity Valve Turner Legal Support" in the memo line.”