Indigenous leaders from Michigan to Manitoba, emboldened by the resistance at Standing Rock, are asserting their right to self-determination and taking unprecedented action against the Canadian energy company Enbridge’s plans to expand a massive network of tar sands and fracked oil pipelines through treaty and tribal lands in the Great Lakes region. In this article, Winona LaDuke, Ojibwe woman leader of Honor the Earth, from the White Earth Reservation in Northern Minnesota, shares updates and calls to action.  Photo credit: Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians