Army Denies Dakota Access Easement Under Lake Oahe; Exultation Ensues

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: Dec 05, 2016

In a statement released by the Army’s Assistant Secretary for Civil Works, Jo-Ellen Darcy said she based her decision on a need to explore alternate routes for the 1,172 mile-long pipeline.

 

Thousands of Veterans Descend on Standing Rock to Protect and Serve

 

Indian Country News, News Report, Valerie Taliman, West Coast Editor, Posted: Dec 05, 2016

The coalition of more than 320 Indian nations, has drawn millions of supporters worldwide, and thousands of people who have travelled to Standing Rock as a show of force.

 

Water Warriors: Dine' Veterans Head to Standing Rock

 

Navajo Times, News Feature, Donovan Quintero, Posted: Dec 01, 2016

Nakai stressed that their motivation was not to go to Standing Rock to fight with police, but to stand guard on front lines and pray for everyone, especially for police, while shielding activists.

Army Corps Issues Eviction Notice to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: Nov 26, 2016

Since this summer, thousands of indigenous people and their allies opposed to the $3.8 billion, 1,172-mile-long Dakota Access pipeline have journeyed to the borderland of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, staking teepees and tents along the confluence of the Cannon Ball and Missouri Rivers.

 

High Cost of Human Rights Corrodes DAPL Financing

 

Indian Country News, News Feature, Steve Russell, Posted: Nov 23, 2016

A Norwegian Bank, DNB, is reexamining its commitment to DAPL as a direct result of the efforts of the Water Protectors.

 

Mainstream Media MIA as DAPL Action Is Met With Water Cannons and Mace

 

Indian Country News, News Analysis, Jenni Monet, Posted: Nov 21, 2016

That Trump is a known investor in Dakota Access helps keep the battle at Standing Rock relevant.

 

A Few Thoughts on The Election and What President Trump Means for Indian Country

 

Indian Country News, Commentary, Guyasi Ross, Posted: Nov 18, 2016

This is going to be a tough four years. It will affect Native communities in a disparate manner. We will have to work together as much as possible.

 

A Deadly Month: Police Shootings of Natives Spike in October

 

Indian Country Today, News Report, Stephanie Woodard, Posted: Nov 16, 2016

There were at least eight fatal police shootings of Native Americans in October, much higher than the monthly average.

DAPL Construction on Hold Pending Further Review and Tribal Consultation

 

Indian Country, News Report, Posted: Nov 15, 2016

Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II reacted with acceptance and gratitude to the Army Corps’ announcement, and the tribe called it a sign that President Barack Obama “is listening.”

 

What Immigrant Communities Can Do to Prepare for Trump

 

New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Nov 12, 2016

The most important thing to do now, advocates say, is to make sure immigrants know their rights.

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