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Our AFN and the Dakota Example

An Ojibway elder I met during the early Idle no More protests said that Canada’s opposition to the rape of our environment would be enabled through the First Nations and International Law that protects their powerful communal rights. 398 more words

Politics

The Real Reason to Oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline

There are a couple of things associated with this “stand off” (that is what they call it when the cowboys do it) that are unclear to me. 1,478 more words

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Hundreds Of Protesters Are Rallying In D.C. Against The Dakota Access Pipeline

Hundreds of people protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline sat in at the U.S. Army Corps office this afternoon and are now marching to a rally at the White House. 172 more words

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Bạn còn nhớ lần trước mình đã viết bài về cuộc biểu tình của thổ dân châu Mỹ (TDCM) phản đối đường ống dân dầu 3.8 tỷ đô Dakota với hashtag… 1,355 more words

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Standing Rock and white supremacy

By CHRIS MATO NUNPA

Ho Mitakuyapi, Owasin cantewasteya nape ciyuzapi do! In the Dakota Language, this is a greeting that means, “Hello, my relatives. With a good heart I greet all of you with a handshake!” 1,284 more words

Environment

Miracle à Standing Rock : des vétérans demandent pardon pour les crimes commis envers les premières nations

English abstract
Miracle at Standing Rock:
Veterans ask forgiveness for crimes against First Nations

In an amazing display of humility and reconciliation, U.S. military veterans who came to Standing Rock as part of the “Vets for Standing Rock” movement, led by Wesley Clark Jr., stunned tribal members when they gathered and took to their knee, asking forgiveness for the genocide and crimes committed by the United States military against Native American tribes. 527 more words

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Veterans at Standing Rock just announced where they’re heading next

The veterans who just joined the indigenous protest to the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota are heading to Flint, Michigan next.

While a date hasn’t yet been set for the trip to Flint, Wes Clark Jr., who organized a force of over 4,000 U.S. 196 more words

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