Tag: chase iron eyes
As authorities intensify efforts to get water protectors to vacate the camps that lie in a flood plain, some NoDAPL resist.
Indian country wins: Northern Cree wows the Grammys, uranium cleanup commences on the Navajo Nation, and SIxties Scoop children validated.
Ray Cook’s harsh words about Chase Iron Eyes for disagreeing with how Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is handling DAPL are unwarranted.
Journalist Jenni Monet recounts her arrest while on assignment covering the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) for ICMN, and corrects the factual record.
We have lost something here at Standing Rock in the last few weeks. It has been replaced with recalcitrance, ignorance and political opportunity.
Indian Country Media Network journalist Jenni Monet and 75 others were arrested on February 1 after a group of water protectors formed the Last Child Camp.
Standing Rock Sioux tribal council members voted to close the encampments behind the Dakota Access Pipeline protests within 30 days.
Water protectors fighting the Dakota Access Pipeline head to court, while some opt to stay at camp in punishing winter conditions.
The frantic pace between the election and swearing in of Donald Trump as President is filled with a plethora of names for a variety of positions.
How do tribal nations, Alaska Native corporations, and communities fit into the American experience?
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