First Amendment Win: Charges Dropped Against Journalist Amy Goodman in North Dakota

Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: Oct 18, 2016

Judge John Grinsteiner, citing a lack of probable cause, declined to sign the state’s complaint against Goodman, the Bismarck Tribune reported.


Stories from the Danny Woo Community Garden


Iexaminer, News Report, Jill Wasberg, Posted: Oct 18, 2016

Ms. Tran and her husband have acquired one of the highly sought after plots, where she plans to grow greens, flowers, and squash.

Caught on Video: Pickup Plows Into Water Protectors in Reno; 5 Hurt


Indian Country News, News Report, Posted: Oct 11, 2016

After a confrontation with some of the 40 demonstrators rallying in downtown Reno to protest against Columbus Day and the Dakota Access oil pipeline, the driver of a white pickup truck plowed into the crowd, injuring five and sending one to the hospital.


Standing Rock Vows to Continue NoDAPL Fight in Wake of Court Injunction Denial


Indian Country, News Report, Mary Annette Pember, Posted: Oct 10, 2016

Standing Rock Sioux Chairman David Archambault II vowed to continue fighting the Dakota Access oil pipeline (DAPL).


Silicon Valley’s Urban Farm Movement ‘Ready to Grow’


New America Media, News Report, Honora Montano, Posted: Oct 05, 2016

Next door to the booming tech economy of Silicon Valley, about one in three adults is experiencing food insecurity.


Hillary Clinton and the Millennial Vote


New America Media, Commentary, Hasan Zillur Rahim, Posted: Sep 26, 2016

If Hillary Clinton does not light your fire, it may mean that your fire is already lit. The question is: who will keep it alive?


Environmental Group Sues Dow for Pesticide Pollution


New America Media, News Report, Viji Sundaram, Posted: Sep 23, 2016

An environmental watchdog group is suing the manufacturer of Telone, a soil fumigant that is increasingly replacing the highly toxic pesticide, methyl bromide, for not warning residents living in nearby areas before the pesticide is applied.

Tribes Redraw Land Boundaries-- With GPS and a Small Fleet of Drones


Yes! Magazine, News Feature, Posted: Sep 20, 2016

The name of the village is Plantanares, and it’s accessible only by a long boat ride along the Gulf of Panama, up through the brackish, crocodile infested mangrove swamps that push against the coast.

Man Pleads Guilty to Selling Bear Gallbladders


Asam News, News Report, Posted: Sep 20, 2016

Vu Johnnie Nguyen of Virginia Beach, Virginia, pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court in Asheville, North Carolina, to federal charges for unlawfully trafficking in American black bear gall bladders.


Overdue National Debate About Pipelines and ‘Sound Science'


Trahant Reports, News Analysis, Posted: Sep 12, 2016

The question of how this nation will address climate change remains. But at least last week the federal government took one small step toward the right answer.

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