Native Peoples and Enbridge Pipelines | WisCommunity

Paul is the former editor of News from Indian Country (published from 1986-2019), a producer for, and currently the Board Chair for the Minnesota environmental advocacy organization, Honor The Earth. Formed in 1993 as a collaboration between musicians and Native American activists, Honor The Earth has promoted awareness of Indigenous environmental and cultural issues. It uses media, financial resources, music and art to reaffirm a commitment to each other and the earth. Joining with the front lines of the Native environmental movement, Honor The Earth has supported work to defeat nuclear waste dump proposals, sulfide mining and mega dam projects, dirty tar sand pipelines; it funds programs transitioning to a fossil fuel free future. On Thursday, April 21st, from 12:30-1:30, DeMain will talk on the topic of "Indigenous People and the Future of Dirty Tar Sand Pipelines" –The Great Flood our Ancestors Warned Us About– His presentation will be in the Blue Hills Lecture Hall (Ritzinger 234) on the UWEC-Barron County campus, located at 1800 College Drive in Rice Lake. This and other sessions of the Thursdays at the U Lecture Series are free and open to the public, thanks to financial support from the campus foundation. Seating reservations and parking permits are not required for campus guests. 


Apr 21 2022 - 12:30pm to 1:30pm
UW-Eau Claire – Barron County

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