Who’s Funding Line 3

Unlike the oil pipeline, the money pipeline never spills into the communities it passes. Financiers in distant cities reap the profits while Anishinaabewaki suffers the consequences.

We have a narrow window to defund Line 3. Steady direct action resistance forms cracks in the world of profit margins. As we learned at Standing Rock, Indigenous land defense poses a deep reputational risk to the financial institutions profiting from oil pipelines.

Source: Stop the Money Pipeline

Map: Jordan Engel. As always, the Decolonial Atlas’ original media can be reused under the Decolonial Media License 0.1.

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