Another natural gas line is threatening to harm Native land, this time in North Carolina — and Indigenous activist Crystal Cavalier-Keck is trying to stop it.
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On Thursday, April 1st, frontline Indigenous youth and organizers from the Dakota Access and Line 3 pipeline fights will arrive in Washington, D.C. for a series of actions to urge President Biden to Build Back Fossil Free by stopping these climate-destroying projects and upholding his commitments to climate action, Indigenous rights, and environmental justice.
In the first conversation of the series, Crystal Cavalier-Keck talks about the vital role of traditional foods in her community, threats to food sovereignty, and how to take action to protect food sovereignty.
The Regional VA Southside and NC Piedmont team formed in the summer of 2020 with the purpose of protecting their lands and waterways from an extractive fossil fuel development project called the Mountain Valley Pipeline and Southgate Extension. This regional team has become the Regional Virginia and North Carolina Land and Water Protectors. Indigenous water protectors and allies are fighting to protect their land. President Joe Biden has the power to stop MVP & MVP Southgate. He can review the p
Many say that it would pose risks to North Carolina's streams, lakes and wetlands.
This video is about Jason Crazy Bear Keck/Crystal Red Bear Cavelier-Keck