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No Pipelines in the Great Lakes

August 27, 2016

In the Great Lakes, there is growing concern over the safety of Enbridge Line 5, an aging pipeline that runs beneath the Straits of Mackinac. Similar to the images that Dylan Miner created in solidarity with Standing Rock and Indigenous opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline, he just created a new image about Line 5 and all pipelines that run under the sacred Great Lakes.


No Pipelines in the Great Lakes, no chatter – high resolution available here.



No Pipelines in the Great Lakes, no text – high resolution available here.


No Pipelines in the Great Lakes, with chatter – high resolution available here.


No Pipelines in the Great Lakes, text only – high resolution available here.



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