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Clinton Campaign Responds to DAPL
DAPL: Desecration, Mace, Police Snipers
Native Women Must Vote Now
Michell Hicks to Offer Financial, Busine
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Large Police Action Underway at DAPL
Water Protectors' Efforts Not in Vain
How Far Will North Dakota Go?
DAPL: Water Protectors Brace for Winter
Paiutes Triumph in Court
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McAdam’s Efforts to Protect the Land
Civil Rights Leaders Join Protectors
A Landslide Election: Great for Natives?
Before Shailene Woodley’s Arrest
Ruffalo, DiCaprio, Jesse Jackson in ND
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Bully No More
#NoDAPL in Historical Context
Al Gore Supports Standing Rock, NoDAPL
Thing About Skins
Lumbee Tribe of NC Emerges Slowly From Hurricane Matthew Flood Waters
As flood waters recede, the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina...
Typhoon Songda Remnants Slam Coast, Spare Washington State Tribes
It wasn’t the megastorm packing 150-mph winds and 50-foot...
‘Frankenfish’ Lawsuit on GMO Salmon Heads to Court on Election Day
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won’t be the only ones...
From the Dakotas to the Desert: Energy Companies Threaten Native Culture
Commentary: An energy company plans a project that would...
Coming Full Circle: ‘Tending the Wild’ Series on KCET Highlights Traditional Ecological Knowledge
Indigenous Peoples are increasingly being seen as having...
Caribou Who? Kootenai Tribe Works to Revive the Disappearing Species
In 2009, on Kootenai tribal territory in the Idaho...
Manning: Desecration, Mace and Police Snipers With Rifles at DAPL Front Lines
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Reported by Sarah Sunshine Manning on 10/27/16 at 1:10pm Central Daylight Time as it was happening from the side of Highway 1806 at the Treaty Camp erected in the path of bulldozer...
Large Police Action Underway at DAPL Site
A large police action is under way near Highway 1806 about three miles from the Cannonball River, where water protectors from the three camps near Standing Rock Sioux Reservation h...
Bracing for Winter: DAPL Water Protectors Shuck Corn, Build Shelter, Prepare for –35 Temps
Mary Annette Pember
LaDonna Bravebull Allard was shucking corn that had been drying in the autumn sun at Sacred Stone Camp, one of the water protector camps opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline near St...
Obama Holds Private Meeting As Cops Mass Near NoDAPL Front Lines
While Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Chairman Harold Frazier sat down with President Barack Obama at a private roundtable in Los Angeles on Tuesday, October 25, Morton County, N.D...
Fighting for Our Lives: #NoDAPL in Historical Context
Little has been written about the historical relationship between the movement against the Dakota Access Pipeline and the longer histories of Oceti Sakowin (The Great Sioux Nation)...
DAPL: Former Vice President Al Gore Supports the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Editor's note: The resistance to the Dakota Access oil pipeline began when the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe resisted plans to rout the pipeline within a half-mile of its current reser...
Native Women Rowers Earn Bronze Amidst Superfund Controversy
Though the Indigenous Rowing Club ( IRC ) took the bronze medal in the RowSTRONG Regatta on October 11, 2015 and a young crew in their second season shows promise having improved u...
Justice Dept Reaffirms It Will Not Grant DAPL River-Crossing Permits Anytime Soon
While Energy Transfer Partners’ Dakota Access oil pipeline advances toward the resistance camp now directly in its path, it faces perhaps an even bigger obstacle than several hundr...
A Call for Justice Dept to Act on DAPL Civil Rights Abuses
Concerned and angered by the use of dogs, pepper spray, military tactics and strip searches against unarmed water protectors at the construction sites of the Dakota Access oil pipe...
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Response to Treatment of Protesters
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe
Since Saturday October 22, 127 water protectors have been arrested. There have been multiple reports that peaceful protesters were met with violence...
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