Washington D.C. – #RedRoadtoDC
After thousands of miles traveled and dozens of events across the country on the Red Road to DC Totem Pole Journey for the Protection of Sacred Places, we come to the final stop. Join us on the National Mall for a ceremony and rally featuring tribal leaders, Native and allied organizers, and Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland.
Mackinaw City – #RedRoadtoDC
Join us for the last Red Road to DC blessing ceremony and community-based event before our arrival in Washington DC. This event is hosted by the Bay Mills Indian Community and is dedicated to the protection of sacred sites and the waters of the Straits of Mackinac — threatened by the proposed Enbridge Line 5 pipeline.
Save The Confluence: Safeguarding The Little Colorado River – #RedRoadtoDC
The confluence of the Colorado and Little Colorado rivers in the Grand Canyon has been a place of deep cultural significance since time immemorial for 11 associated tribes. In this #RedRoadtoDC “virtual journey” event, we will hear from Diné families who are working to stop three proposed hydroelectric dams that threaten tribal sovereignty and sacred cultural and historic sites.
White Earth – #RedRoadtoDC
This territory is the headwaters of the Red River and the Mississippi River; the territory of the Great Lakes. The current concern is that the Canadian corporation, Enbridge, is proposing a new route for their Line 3 pipeline replacement across a pristine water-rich environment. The lakes, streams, wetlands, and the Mississippi River would all be at risk. Line 3 is a clear danger to the climate, water, and land in Minnesota, and would undermine the Indigenous treaty rights of the Anishinaabe people.