GOAL: Drive home the horror of what pipeline companies do to indigenous lands, by reversing the situation.
SUCCESS: 8/10. The series of interventions — at a fancy ballroom, at a golf course, at a cemetery, and even in the city council — ensured that Duluthians would find out about this, with the only potential response being a disarming laughter.
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- www.duluthnewstribune.com: Political pranksters spread Line 3 misinformation | Duluth News Tribune (archive)
- www.startribune.com: Enbridge and its controversial Line 3 pipeline targets of hoax - StarTribune.com (archive)
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- commonreader.wustl.edu: Native Americans Apply the Methods of Sacha Baron Cohen - Common Reader (archive)