Rally to Heal the Water
Jingle dress dancers gathered at Minnesota Power Plaza for a rally to express concern over water quality.
DULUTH, Minn. – Worried about water quality jingle dress dancers gathered for a rally at the Minnesota Power Plaza in downtown Duluth. Attendees expressed their concern over aging oil pipelines which they say are more prone to spills and leaks.
The group also wanted to show solidarity with Standing Rock and bring healing to the water. “We don’t want to do too little and sit at home doing nothing, but this is for the water and it’s for all these people, even the people that don’t like us, it’s for them and one day they’ll realize that,” said activist Annie Humphrey.
After the dance and rally, activists walked down Superior Street to the office of Enbridge Energy to sound off.