On the eve of the opening of the L’eau Est La Vie (Water is Life) Camp in South Louisiana, Cherri Foytlin with the Indigenous Environmental Network discusses the proposed Bayou Bridge Pipeline, its connection to the Dakota Access Pipeline, whom the pipeline will impact, and why this Energy Transfer Partners pipeline needs to be prevented from receiving government permits. She points to the inherent genealogy of resistance present in Indigenous people across the world and how this knowledge guides her. Photo credit: Indigenous Environmental Network