Tag: Dakota Access Pipeline
Artists in French Polynesia are embracing their indigenous heritage as they shake the psychological bonds of colonialism; among them is filmmaker Are Raimbault.
Two recent election results in Oklahoma should have Rep. Markwayne Mullin especially concerned.
Even though Standing Rock Sioux tribal members have taken a stand against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, they don’t have a say in the final decision.
Natives online pushed back on Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg after he appeared to glorify oil workers in North Dakota while ignoring Native plight.
Billy Mills and the spirituality of running, Obama hugs a Native baby, and more in Indian country during The Week That Was, July 16, 2017.
The progressive Wallace Global Fund bestowed its first Henry A. Wallace Award, plus $250,000, to the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe for courage under DAPL fire.
A response to the Red Warrior Camp’s press release that was a veiled response to my blog about their actions at Standing Rock.
The Army Corps of Engineers did not do all their homework before approving Dakota Access Pipeline permits according to a U.S. District Court Judge.
Dutch bank ING says it won't invest in four major Canadian pipelines. Meanwhile, a 98-year-old activist was arrested protesting the Kinder Morgan pipeline.
Wilma Mankiller documentary premieres, an oil train lawsuit verges on trial, and other incidents in Indian country during the Week That Was July 2.
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