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These Giant Portraits Will Stand in the Path of Trans Mountain Pipeline to Make 'Powerful Statement of the Future We Want'

These Giant Portraits Will Stand in the Path of Trans Mountain Pipeline to Make 'Powerful Statement of the Future We Want'

Andrea Germanos, staff writer

To put forth a "hopeful vision for the future" that includes bold climate action, a new installation project is to be erected along the controversial Trans Mountain pipeline expansion route to harnesses art's ability to be a force for social change and highlight the fossil fuel project's increased threats to indigenous rights and a safe climate.

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And in Louisiana water protectors are being charged under a state ANTI-PROTEST LAW!!! You cannot make this $#!t up!
#Water Protectors Charged With Felonies Under Louisiana’s Anti-Protest Law
To protest a pipeline planned to go through one of the last pristine swamp biomes of the Atchafalaya Basin

Time to stand with our southern brothers and sisters.

This is the industry that sank Bayou Corn

# Six years after sinkhole, Bayou Corne residents and officials reflect

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Louisiana’s governor should go 2 jail.

Oh my, well maybe it’s time to bottle up that water from FLINT and it ship to Congress.Maybe send a little side of OIL to complete the," witches brew." Although maybe that’s unkind to witches, , so “Politicians Brew” might be a better name.