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Cherri Foytlin at the entrance to land she purchased for Louisiana Rise, an advocacy group she founded that focuses on renewable energy and a just transition, which the Bayou Bridge pipeline is slated to cross. On December 16 anti-pipeline activists calling themselves water protectors gathered in Rayne, Louisiana, on land for a ceremony where Foytlin requested and was granted a blessing and permission from the Atakapa-Ishak Nation to use the land that once belonged to the tribe.
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L'eau Est La Vie Camp
Cherri Foytlin at the entrance to  land she purchased for  Louisiana Rise, an advocacy group she founded that focuses on renewable energy and a just transition, which the Bayou Bridge pipeline is slated to cross. On December 16 anti-pipeline activists calling themselves water protectors gathered in Rayne, Louisiana, on land for a ceremony  where Foytlin requested and was granted a blessing and permission from the Atakapa-Ishak Nation to use the land that once belonged to the tribe.