Tag: Jenni Monet
A beloved pow wows emcee walks on, federal budget gives chump change, and DAPL marches on, in Indian country the week of April 9.
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ICMN contributor Jenni Monet wins Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism Paul Tobenkin Memorial Award for NoDAPL coverage.
Evo Morales, Bowling Green Massacre NYC, and arrested journalist Jenni Monet in The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 5–12, 2017.
FBI contacting water protectors who were involved in the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) at Standing Rock, The Guardian reports.
Journalist Jenni Monet recounts her arrest while on assignment covering the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) for ICMN, and corrects the factual record.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has approved the Lake Oahe easement for the last mile and a half of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
The ‘Thin Blue Line’ is an idea in law enforcement where police work together. You would think journalism would be like that too.
Jenni Monet, an Indian Country Media Network reporter, was arrested while covering a story — the long arm of the law is too long.
We have lost something here at Standing Rock in the last few weeks. It has been replaced with recalcitrance, ignorance and political opportunity.
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