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A Champion for Change Will Be on South Dakota’s Ballot
TRAHANT REPORTS — It’s easy to dismiss this election. Every day there’s more news about something outrageous that was said by a presidential candidate. Grab the remote. Click...
The Deep Political Divide on Energy and Climate Issues
TRAHANT REPORTS —There is probably no greater divide between Republicans and Democrats than on energy and climate issues...
Republicans Aren’t Getting Much Attention or Votes From Indian Country
TRAHANT REPORTS – Who’s winning Indian country this presidential election season? On social media it is an intense debate. Sen...
Feeling the Bern; Support Grows For Sanders in Indian Country
On Wednesday, Nick Carter, deputy political director for the Bernie Sanders campaign, gave an update on new Native American policy initiatives at the National Congress of American ...
‘Are You Going to Honor the Treaties?’ Clyde Bellecourt Asks Bernie Sanders
On Thursday, Clyde Bellecourt, founder of the American Indian Movement and elder statesman in the Twin Cities civil rights community, was the last audience member to be given the m...
Could Low Oil Prices Help Usher in a New Era?
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 ...
Keystone XL: Counting Coup on SD Utilities Commission Delivers Powerful Message
Mary Annette Pember
Although the touch of her cane was as light as a feather, the weight of counting coup on Keystone pipeline supporters was heavy with symbolism...
Keystone XL: TransCanada Files $15 Billion Lawsuit Over Pipeline Rejection
A day after the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission approved its permit, TransCanada Corp...
Honor the Earth Grants $90K to Indigenous Organizations to Protect Sacred Sites, Cultural Traditions
Honor the Earth has released $90,000 in new grants to Indigenous organizations in North America and the Pacific...
Year of Clout: 10 Stories of Indigenous Environmental Influence in 2015
Indigenous activism continued to influence the environmental movement and policy, with some major victories, most notably the defeat of the Keystone XL pipeline...
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