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Valerie Taliman, West Coast Editor
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s multi-year fight to stop construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline focused international attention on the Lakota people’s spiritual teachings to protect their first medicine, Mni Wiconi, sacred water. Despite ongoing lawsuits by tribes to stop the flow of oil, Donald Trump signed an Order...
What is this fight against the Keystone XL Pipeline really about? Faith Spotted Eagle, a Native American grandmother breaks it down.
Native women have always been on the front lines, defending the children, land, water, animals, plants, and cultural freedoms.
International Women's Day: Honoring the women water protectors who worked at the camps at Standing Rock in defiance of DAPL.
President Barack Obama exits, and Donald Trump is sworn in during the The Week That Was, January 22, 2016, as a new administration takes shape.
Standing Rock Sioux tribal council members voted to close the encampments behind the Dakota Access Pipeline protests within 30 days.
Activist and filmmaker Tracy Rector has curated an exhibit at Seattle's Paramount Theater that emphasizes young indigenous artists Kalen Goodluck and Adam Sings In The Timber.
Faith Spotted Eagle
One of the foremost voices in the Great Sioux Nation calls on President Obama to rectify historic wrongs and protect the Black Hills as his last act.
Yankton Sioux elder and water protector Faith Spotted Eagle on confronting the settler-colonial mind-set from within the non-Native ranks of NoDAPL.
The Dakota Access Pipeline standoff dominated 2016, and Bears Ears National Monument designation rounded it off; in between were many environmental victories.
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