Native Americans protest construction of Canadian pipeline in Minn.

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A Native American environmental activist shows an eagle feather to a construction worker in a bulldozer at the construction site for the Line 3 oil pipeline near Palisade, Minnesota on January 9, 2021. - Line 3 is an oil sands pipeline which runs from Hardisty, Alberta, Canada to Superior, Wisconsin in the United States. In 2014, a new route for the Line 3 pipeline was proposed to allow an increased volume of oil to be transported daily. While that project has been approved in Canada, Wisconsin, and North Dakota, it has sparked continued resistance from climate justice groups and Native American communities in Minnesota. While many people are concerned about potential oil spills along Line 3, some Native American communities in Minnesota have opposed the project on the basis of treaty rights. (Photo by Kerem Yucel / AFP) (Photo by KEREM YUCEL/AFP via Getty Images)
<img aria-describedby="caption-attachment-2393623" loading="lazy" class="size-large wp-image-2393623" src="https://dzm0ugdauank9.cloudfront.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/GettyImages-1230506881-655×437.jpg" alt="A Native American environmental activist shows an eagle feather to a construction worker in a bulldozer at the construction site for the Line 3 oil pipeline near Palisade, Minnesota on January 9, 2021. – Line 3 is an oil [READ MORE]

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