Oil Will Run Through the Dakota Access Pipeline This Week
The courts seem to be replying to the Sioux’s continued religious concerns by questioning whether the tribe really believes in its own faith.
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Debunking Myths About Native AmericansRoxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker, authors of All the Real Indians Died Off, discuss Standing Rock and indigenous activism.
The Companies Behind the Dakota Access Pipeline Don’t Think They’ve LostThey’re pretty sure corporations will always get their way under President Trump.
What’s to Gain From Building the Dakota Access Pipeline? Profit.It won’t help us gain energy independence or even jobs. It’ll just make money for the people invested (including President-elect Trump).
The Company Behind the Dakota Access Pipeline Is Being Sold for $21 Billion. Is Trump the Reason Why?
Standing Rock’s Other Pipe ProblemThe North Dakota pipeline protesters, and other marginalized groups, need access to communications technology.
The Dakota Pipeline Protests Should Think BigYes, opposing the pipeline is important. But the protesters should turn the momentum into something larger.
The Dakota Access Pipeline Should’ve Happened 10 Years AgoThe reasons it didn’t are as American as fracking and apple pie.
Acting Army Secretary Clears the Way for Dakota Access PipelineThe Standing Rock Sioux tribe is already plotting how they can legally block the move.
It’s Not OverStanding Rock was never just about the pipeline. It’s about an existential fight against the corporate interests who would sacrifice people and the planet on the altar of short-term gain.
Raise and SupportThese veterans at Standing Rock are so disillusioned by traditional politics they didn’t vote. But they still think American ideals are worth fighting for.
Delays in Dakota Pipeline Could Mean Trump—Who Stands to Gain Financially From Construction—Gets to Decide
Voices of Standing RockAn intimate look at the Dakota Access Line protesters beyond the Facebook campaigns.