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In early 2021, inspired by a Louise Erdrich post in the New York Times about the dangers of Enbridge Energy’s Line 3, my family and I visited the Water Protector Welcome Center and Camp near Palisade, Minnesota. Motivated by Winona LaDuke, Honor the Earth, and the community of activists caring for the land and water, I contacted the movement’s arts organizers to see how I might use my letterpress printing to contribute to the cause. I started printing that winter out of anger at Enbridge, and Minnesota regulators for risking the health of our environment. I kept making posters out of awe and respect for the Water Protectors I met in the protest process. Today the fight against Enbridge continues in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Learn more about viewing and ordering these and other posters (or commissioning new ones) here and by contacting the artist
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