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Child activist Greta Thunberg addresses the United Nations Action Summit Screenshot

Greta Thunberg to Visit Site of Violent Protests Against the Dakota Access Pipeline

Greta Thunberg to Visit Site of Violent Protests Against the Dakota Access Pipeline

According to a press release from the Lakota People’s Law Project, child activist Greta Thunberg will be visiting North and South Dakota this week. She will visit the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota on Sunday, October 6. On Tuesday, October 8, she’ll visit the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Standing Rock straddles the North

Jesse McCloud puts up signs for voting on buses that will be used to bring voters to the polls, in the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe land in Fort Yates, N.D., Nov. 5, 2018. (Hilary Swift/Copyright 2019 The New York Times)

Plain Talk: Will It Be a Fair Hearing on Voting Rights at Standing Rock or a Political Rally?

“They’ve already taken action that would effect North Dakota.” That’s what Rep. Rodney Davis said of a Democrat-led field hearing to be held in North Dakota this week on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation. Davis is the only Republican member of the subcommittee which is holding the hearing, and he has concerns about it being

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, left, and MHA Nation Chairman Mark Fox sign a new compact for sharing oil tax revenues from tribal lands. Photo via Burgum's office

Nearly Three Years After Standing Rock Protests North Dakota Signs Agreement With Tribal Government to Facilitate Oil Production

Three cheers for Governor Doug Burgum and Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation Chairman Mark Fox who, yesterday, signed a new agreement to share tax revenues from oil activity on tribal lands. It’s a big deal, and noteworthy coming as it does nearly three years after the beginning of the #NoDAPL protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Jake Yellow Horse, of Standing Rock Sioux Reservation, posted a flag during a ride in April on the reservation to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline construction. The ride ended at a spirit camp that will be maintained while the pipeline is under protest. (LAUREN DONOVAN, Bismarck Tribune)

There Is Nothing Peaceful About Blocking Lawful Industry

Law enforcement had to be called to the confluence of the Missouri and Cannon Ball rivers today as workers on the Dakota Access Pipeline project were met with Native American protesters who blocked their path. Unfortunately, this is being inaccurately described as a”peaceful” protest: BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – Law enforcement officers have been called to

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