Tag: Standing Rock Sioux
“I am concerned about the safety of the people.”
On Saturday over 100 people were arrested at a peaceful march after they were confronted by police in riot gear, carrying assault rifles.
A decision on whether the pipeline can proceed under the river rests with the Army Corps of Engineers.
Despite the arrests and ongoing attacks toward unarmed people, the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline is far from over.
However, construction cannot resume immediately, since three federal agencies have ordered a halt on any development of the pipeline on federal lands.
Did you know that the Sacred Stone camp at Standing Rock was initiated by female tribal members?
Sign the petition and stand with the thousands of professionals, and the Standing Rock Sioux, to tell the Obama administration to permanently cancel construction on the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Here are CEO names, emails, and phone numbers—because banks have choices when it comes to what projects they give loans to.
For indigenous people, the fight to halt the Dakota Access Pipeline is about reviving a way of life.