Konnie LeMay
2/9/16
Lissa Yellowbird-Chase, former tribal attorney for the Three Affiliated Tribes of the Hidatsa-Mandan-Arikara Nation, has seen her share of courtrooms, but January 27, she took an u...
Mark Trahant
1/27/16
Second in a series A few minutes before noon on November 6, 2015, President Barack Obama stepped into the White House briefing room to announce that the Keystone XL Pipeline would ...
ICTMN Staff
11/21/15
Until recently, North Dakota, or “South DeCanada,” has been a low-key state content with its rep as the setting for the 1996 movie Fargo starring Frances McDormand and William H...
Jacqueline Keeler
8/12/15
As hearings wound down last week on whether the South Dakota Public Utility Commission (PUC) should re-certify the application by TransCanada to run the Keystone XL pipeline throug...
Nanette Deetz
7/24/15
A red-tailed hawk circled, clouds parted, and sunshine broke through early-morning fog along the San Francisco Bay, the rays illuminating an altar where a bucket of sacred water fr...
Honor the Earth
5/12/15
On April 21, 2015, a coalition of Native American and women’s organizations filed a submission to the United Nations Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, requestin...
ICTMN Staff
1/5/15
The Yankton Sioux, along with the Cheyenne River, Rosebud and Standing Rock tribes, are joining forces against TransCanada on January 6 as they continue to forestall attempts to ru...
ICTMN Staff
11/24/14
It’s no secret that parts of North Dakota are plagued with spills of both briny wastewater and fracked oil from the notorious Bakken shale formation...
ICTMN Staff
11/15/14
After years of complaints by human rights and Native groups about escalating crime in the Bakken oil field region, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced on November 14 that...
Winona LaDuke
10/10/14
All About the Money This fracked oil boom is, after all, about money...

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