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Mike Hudema Jun 22
"You can't put a price on the sacred." Rueben George, Tsleil Waututh Nation. It really is that simple. Protect the Sacred. . RT if you agree. Add your voice:
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Ruth H. Hopkins 11h
Tomorrow Red Fawn Fallis is scheduled to be sentenced. She could be sent to jail for up to 10 years. She has already been incarcerated for 20 months, since Treaty Camp raid.
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Mike Hudema Jun 19
"Water is alive. Water has memory. Water knows how you treat it, water knows you" Wabinoquay Otsoquaykwhan, Anishinabe Nation. choose water,
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Big Wind 20h
Currently in North Dakota getting ready for my 1st related trial on June 29th.
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Ursula Wolfe-Rocca 🔥 Jun 22
is no longer trending. But let’s not forget these activists who are still in the grip of U.S. law (?) enforcement, facing legal harassment and long prison sentences.
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Mike Hudema 12h
"Someone needs to explain to me why wanting clean drinking water makes you an activist, and why proposing to destroy water with chemical warfare doesn’t make a corporation a terrorist" ~Winona LaDuke
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Wrexie Bardaglio 23h
Not if, but when...230,000 gallon tar sands accident spills into Little Rock River into Rock River into the Missouri River in nw corner of Iowa. Omaha and other small cites watching water supplies.
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Ryan Vizzions (Redhawk) 24h
Tomorrow, I am taking preorders for this tshirt. $30 shipped, and proceeds will help provide archival photographs for Sitting Bull College to continue the message of the movement. If you are interested in an archival print of this, please contact .
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Linda Roehrig Jun 21
You cannot argue with THIS! No one had to let us in, we just tromped onto the land and declared it ours! We trampled Indigenous People rights and normally peaceful ways, inciting them to violence. I SEE history repeating itself now at
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Greenpeace Jun 23
may have faded from the headlines, but for jailed activists, the struggle continues
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Mike Hudema Jun 22
New report details the hundreds of spills, hundreds of millions in property damage & abuses on human rights tied to Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline. There is NO safe pipeline:
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Greenpeace Canada Jun 20
Here's how banks, oil pipelines, & YOU are connected. If you want to , you can start by asking global banks to stop funding them now >>
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Lakota Law Project Jun 18
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Maxwell Caulfield Jun 22
The fight ain't over folks are we serious about converting afore too late?
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BlackRoseđź–¤RosaNegra Jun 22
- 'He's a political prisoner': Standing Rock activists face years in jail
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Tessa Mclean 14h
Prayers for Red Fawn who is sentenced tomorrow.
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Workers World Party Jun 23
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meg musselman Jun 23
Replying to @tonyposnanski
We are used to being shit on in South Dakota. Visit Racist City (Rapid City) and step back in time. North Dakota no better.
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Mike Hudema Jun 21
Three new pipelines our planet doesn't need and our can't handle. Stop the money, >>
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George Jun 23
How many times does the water have to be poisoned for us to understand we cannot allow anymore pipelines/mining?
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