Standing Rock Sioux March On Washington, DC

By John Zangas, -

By John Zangas for DC Media Group - Washington, DC–A cold snap did not stop hundreds from marching to the Capitol with Standing Rock Sioux and allied tribe members of the Pontiac and Piscataway [...]

Wounded Knee III In The Making?

By Dave Lindorff, -

By Dave Lindorff for Counter Punch - The struggle at Standing Rock, North Dakota, between the Sioux people and their supporters and the oil corporations and banks trying to run a dangerous [...]

Newsletter: Solidarity With #NoDAPL Strengthens All Of Us

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. Once again, as happened repeatedly over hundreds of years of struggle by Indigenous Peoples, the United States is using a militarized [...]

Supporting Standing Rock And Confronting What It Means Living On Stolen Land

By Berkley Carmine and Liza Minno, -

By Berkley Carmine and Liza Minno for Waging Nonviolence - A month after President Obama told the Army Corps of Engineers to pause construction on the Dakota Access oil pipeline, the Standing [...]

A Subzero Winter Is Coming to Standing Rock — Here’s Their Plan

By Michael J. Dax, -

By Michael J. Dax for Yes! Magazine. But because the Sacred Stone Camp sits on private land, North Dakota’s numbing temperatures loom as the most daunting obstacle. In the past weeks, trucks [...]

Standing Rock Protests: This Is Only The Beginning

By Rebecca Solnit, -

By Rebecca Solnit for The Guardian - A pioneer monument and a lot of state troopers with batons and riot helmets stood between the mostly young native activists and the North Dakota state capitol [...]

Did Obama Just Avoid War With Great Sioux Nation?

By Anne Meador, -

By Anne Meador for DC Media Group - The Obama administration with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers today made a stunning announcement which nullified a much-anticipated federal court ruling [...]

Newsletter: For Justice, Unity & Inspiring Each Other

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, -

By Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers for Popular Resistance. The latest chapter in the US war against Indigenous Peoples of this land is being fought by more than 90 tribes in North Dakota against [...]

Dakota Pipeline Delayed By Protests & Court Hearing

By Deirdre Fulton, -

By Deirdre Fulton for Common Dreams. Construction of the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline has been temporarily halted as protests against the $3.8 billion, 1,172-mile project continued this [...]