If rain on your wedding day is good luck, then snow on the day of the Native Nations Rise march in Washington, D.C. on March 10, served as a sign of hope in the fight for indigenous rights across the United States and around the world—especially when the battle at stake stems on the sanctity of water.
CSIS believes the protests have implications north of the border
By Hilary Beaumont, Vice News, March 15, 2017
Two secret reports on Standing Rock obtained by VICE News show the Canadian spy agency has been monitoring the protest camps and acts of pipeline sabotage in the U.S. and believes they have Canadian implications. Read the rest of this entry
RT, 21 March 21, 2017
Calling it “felony vandalism,” the South Dakota Attorney General’s office spokeswoman Sara Raber confirmed the incident on the Dakota Access Pipeline on Tuesday, according to AP.
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Red Fawn is a human rights advocate, organizer, community leader and a political prisoner of Standing Rock. Read the rest of this entry
Cops can’t seem to stay on their feet as they attempt to capture some of the last holdouts at the Oceti Sakowin camp eviction. To view the video, click below: Read the rest of this entry
At least 2 dozen arrested at main protest camp blocking Dakota Access pipeline
The Associated Press, Feb 23, 2017
Police in full riot gear began arresting Dakota Access pipeline opponents who remained in a protest camp in North Dakota on Thursday in defiance of orders to leave.
Most protesters left peacefully Wednesday, when authorities closed the camp on Army Corps of Engineers land in advance of spring flooding, but some refused to go. Read the rest of this entry
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Unseasonably high temperatures fuel increased pressure on water protectors to leave flood plain