Speaker on nonviolent protest against tar sands oil pipelines

On the eve of Earth Day, join us by Zoom as we host activist Brenna Cussen Anglada on her nonviolent action to address the climate crisis by turning off the valves of Enbridge Energy oil pipelines.  


April 21, 7 pm
Brenna, an activist from Wisconsin, will speak to us by Zoom about efforts to stop Enbridge Energy from building Line 3, a pipeline moving tar sands oil across Minnesota and Wisconsin, including the treaty lands of the Anishinaabe communities.

She would like to center the voices of the indigenous people who have worked so hard on this cause, so she will begin with a 38-minute Frontline documentary about their effort.

Then she will explain her own participation and arrest as a member of the Four Necessity Valve Turners, followed by Q/A. Sponsored by People for Peace & Justice Sandusky County.

We hope you can join us! Feel free to invite friends. Here’s the link:
Join Zoom Meeting. April 21, 7:00 pm.

Meeting ID: 208 953 668
Password: 317950 
Dial in number:  +1 312 626 6799

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