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5.9.16

NZ Rally against American $3.8bil pipeline | Māori Television - Racial Equity Aotearoa want political parties, the government and the US consulate and embassy along with Iwi, urban Māori groups, Māori organisations and the Kīngitanga to issue proclamations of support to issue public proclamations of support.

Racial Equity Aotearoa’s Ricardo Menendez March says, "It's about getting the leaders of Aotearoa on board and seeing the on-going colonialism in the US, but it's also about acknowledging people in Aotearoa that there is also an on-going struggle against colonial institutions here."

In America the pipeline itself would be 12,00 miles long and would carry 500,000 gallons of oil per day between North Dakota and Illinois.

The developments were supposed to begin three weeks ago, but work was stopped by more than 2500 peaceful protesters occupying the work site.

Menendez March says, "This is an ongoing kōrero and this is not the end of it, we will hold other actions if necessary."


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