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Protect Indigenous rights, reject the Dakota Access Pipeline

Stand with Standing Rock and reject the Dakota Access fracked oil pipeline.

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Hundreds of water protectors were injured at the Standing Rock encampments when law enforcement blasted them with water cannons in freezing…Read More

Water Cannons Fired at Water Protectors in Freezing Temperatures Injure Hundreds

Sacred Stone Camp - Iŋyaŋ Wakháŋagapi Othí
The military vehicles blocking the bridge were burned in a blockade fire on October 27, after law enforcement raided and cleared the “1851 Treaty Camp,” an occupation of the pipeline corridor and reclamation of unceded territory.  Despite the obvious public safety risk, and despite promises from Morton County that they would clear the road, law…Read More
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