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This Land Is Our Land: All Sides Move Quickly as Pipeline Nears the River
Jenni Monet, YES! Magazine
On the day a no-fly zone was lifted over Morton County and the Standing Rock Sioux reservation, Dean Dedman Jr...
Hard Rock Wins Republic of Cyprus Casino License, Looks to Japan
The sole casino license on the destination Mediterranean island, the Republic of Cyprus, has been granted to a consortium including Hard Rock International Inc., via Seminole HR Ho...
The Ripple Effect: How Standing Rock Violence Inspired Demonstrations Around the World
Stark images of police officers dressed like Storm Troopers pepper-spraying unarmed water protectors at Standing Rock burst through computer screens on October 27, grabbing Native ...
Vision Maker Media Streaming 40 Native Films FREE November–August 2017
Lisa J. Ellwood
A collection of 40 Native films featured on PBS are available for free streaming in celebration of Vision Maker Media's 40th anniversary...
Violent Raids at Standing Rock a Stark Contrast to Talk of Building Trust
Michael J. Dax, YES! Magazine
Wearing jeans, a light blue shirt, a dark sport coat and a colorfully beaded pendant that hung from his neck, Harold Frazier became increasingly agitated as he spoke...
Elector Revolt: Puyallup Man Says He May Not Vote For Clinton
Robert Satiacum Jr., a citizen of the Puyallup Tribe, went to the Democratic National Convention as a delegate for Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont ...
Making History, Showcasing So Much Remarkable Talent
TRAHANT REPORTS —There is no question in my mind that gender is on the ballot this election. Hillary Clinton would be the first woman ever elected in U.S. history...
Politicians Feel the Heat From Rising Temperatures
Kieran Cooke, Climate News
Voters who feel good about life—whether it is to do with their job, their marriage or even the success of their sports team—are more likely to support their politicians...
Pine Ridge’s Justin Mesteth Is Achieving What Many Students Only Dream Of
Tanya H. Lee
Justin Mesteth has reached a milestone in his long journey from a 6-year-old being raised by his dad on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation that he hopes culminates in him returning ...
'This Is Stolen Land': 38 Water Protectors Arraigned in North Dakota
On Monday afternoon, November 7, in Mandan, North Dakota, 51 water protectors* were scheduled to appear before Judge Gail Hagerty at Morton County District Court to be arraigned on...
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