Tag: Sioux Nation
President Donald Trump moves Keystone XL forward with cross-border permit approval, but hurdles remain, and Indigenous Peoples will fight.
A look at two invented statuses tied together in history – the corporate persons and those described as domestic, dependent nations.
Chairman Archambault answers questions that address: objections to the SRST Council’s decisions, the high cost of the camps and more.
Native nations march on Washington D.C. along with allies to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and support indigenous rights.
Debra Utacia Krol
Get your frybread hunger on at the The Heard Museum Indian Fair & Market! This great event showcasing the best in Indian country starts today!
In the latest Dakota Access Pipeline fight, the Yankton Sioux are challenging the federal Indian law concept of “plenary power’.
It is no secret that the Democratic Party and the Democratic National Committee took a whupping in November. Obviously the 45th President happened and that is tragic enough. However, around the nation, Democrats were largely taken to task for not seeing past their historical strongholds and “firewalls.” That of...
Sen. John Hoeven is the new chairman for the SCIA but his words for Indian country are hollow as he serves as the new fossil fuel gatekeeper.
The Seattle divestment pulls more than $3 billion in city funds from Wells Fargo as a result of the bank’s role in DAPL and other bad banking practices.
The Army Corps of Engineers approval of the Dakota Access Pipeline through Oceti Sakowin Nation continues the American empire’s dominating ways.
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