Friday, September 25, 2020

Tag: NODAPL

Police violence meets spiritual resistance in the struggle over DAPL

An appeals court overruled the shutdown of DAPL, pending a full environmental review. The fight against a pipeline that provoked unprecedented resistance continues.

‘Poison’ PR campaign has biased jury pool, say Dakota Access protester’s...

Success “depends 99 percent on the judge.”

How to get banks not to fund oil pipelines? Aim big...

A few months after temporarily shutting down 13 Chase branches, Seattle climate activists were at it again with a tar sands petition.

Standing Rock lawsuit started a year ago. Here’s where we are...

A recent victory has sent the Army Corps of Engineers back to analyze the environmental justice effects of the Dakota Access pipeline.

Emails show Iraq war PR alums led attempt to discredit Dakota...

Emails show that extent to which Energy Transfer Partners went to hire firms to discredit the Standing Rock water protectors.

Dallas Goldtooth: The fight against DAPL is not over

“The fight against Energy Transfer Partners and its Dakota Access Pipeline is not over, nor is it an easy fight ahead.”

Louisiana joins compact which brought out-of-state cops to Dakota Access protests

“It just seems that opposition to this pipeline is not reasonably based upon legitimate environmental concerns.”

Judge’s ruling on Standing Rock a second chance for justice

The federal court decision could start a new chapter in the DAPL saga, beginning with dropping prosecution of water protectors.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe receives $1 million investment to transition away...

"We are grateful and honored to accept the inaugural Henry A. Wallace Award and a grant from the Wallace Global Fund that will help us continue our resistance against the pipeline and transition to clean energy technologies like wind and solar."

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Because the best way to stop a coup is to deter it.

We’ve got our own reasons to elect Biden — and he isn’t one of...

With so much at stake Autumn 2020 is a time when people have the decisive opportunity to prevent the consolidation of illegitimate power by an authoritarian regime.

Officer in Breonna Taylor shooting indicted for firing into neighbors’ homes

“With all we know about Breonna Taylor’s killing, how could a fair and just system result in today’s decision?”

The (flawed) case against Julian Assange

The many mainstream journalists cheering on his extradition may come to regret in the future when the American government comes for them or their sources.

2020’s first presidential debate does not have climate as discussion topic

“It is critical that every debate includes questions that ask the candidates what they would do to address climate change and environmental injustice.”