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Indigo Girls headline free concert Monday to protest Enbridge pipeline in Minnesota


Amy Ray, left, and Emily Saliers of Indigo Girls / Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/ AP

Longtime advocates for Native American issues, the Grammy-winning Indigo Girls will headline a concert on Monday in Minnesota in support of water protection against the Enbridge's Pipeline 3.

"We stand with the water protectors fighting this toxic, unnecessary, destructive pipeline," Indigo Girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers said in a statement. "No tar sands pipeline through treaty-projected Anishinaabe land!"

The popular pop duo will be joined by Native American singers Annie Humphrey and Sharon Day for the "Protect the Water Concert" at 4 p.m. Monday at Water Protector Welcome Center, just north of Palisade, Minn., in Aitkin County.


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