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In ‘Significant’ Win for Water Protectors, Judge Orders Review of DAPL Permits

Written by on June 16, 2017 in Government, Policies with 0 Comments
In ‘Significant’ Win for Water Protectors, Judge Orders Review of DAPL Permits

In a 91-page ruling, U.S. District Judge James Boasberg declared that the Corps “did not adequately consider the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or environmental justice, or the degree to which the pipeline’s effects are likely to be highly controversial.” Native American tribes and activists across the country deemed it a substantial win.

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Veterans Return To Standing Rock To Act As Human Shields Against Police

Written by on February 13, 2017 in Activism, Conscious Living, Peace & Human Rights with 0 Comments
Veterans Return To Standing Rock To Act As Human Shields Against Police

For many veterans, the process of protecting those who are protesting something that affects all citizens has been deemed to be a “healing” process. “This is the right war, right side. Finally, it’s the US military coming on to Sioux land to help, for the first time in history, instead of coming on to Sioux land to kill natives.”

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‘World Is Watching’ as DAPL Construction Resumes Amid Protests and Lawsuits

Written by on February 10, 2017 in Activism, Conscious Living with 0 Comments
‘World Is Watching’ as DAPL Construction Resumes Amid Protests and Lawsuits

Energy Transfer Partners (ETP) spokesperson Vicki Granado on Thursday confirmed that the company began working on the much-disputed 1.5-mile Lake Oahe section immediately after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers granted the final easement late Wednesday. Water protectors in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, who have resisted the pipeline’s construction for months, vowed to keep fighting.

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Millions Around the World Are Watching the Standing Rock Sioux’s Fight for Human Rights

Millions Around the World Are Watching the Standing Rock Sioux’s Fight for Human Rights

The North Dakota Access Pipeline protests rage on. The latest comes today when a Dakota Access company resumed construction of its pipeline that is said to run under the Missouri River after requests from Army Corps were ignored to wait as they assess re-route options. The protesters call themselves water protectors. The Missouri is their main source of water and they are protecting the land, water, and air of ancient native burial grounds. Camps formed back in April and protests began in August.

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