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Ruth H. Hopkins Jan 8
Native women and girls tell stories of being held captive and raped at big oil man camps and these crimes of sexual violence go unpunished but Natives holding ceremonies to protect Native women from these predators are receiving felonies.
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Ruth H. Hopkins Jan 13
Paid FBI informant to testify at Red Fawn's trial
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. Jan 10
Daily reminder that the movement is NOT over many water protectors are still fighting for their “freedom” today all because we wanted to keep our water clean
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Daniel Biss Jan 13
Where you put your money matters. And ensuring our state invests in clean energy—not fossil fuels—is how we'll work towards 100% renewable energy in Illinois. It's the right thing to do for our children.
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Greenpeace 15h
ANOTHER spill for Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline
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ndnviewpoint Jan 16
BREAKING update about water protector Fallis: Facing a hostile court & vicious FBI frame-up, she and her lawyers are agreeing to a plea deal that would result in up to 7 years in prison (rather than 10 years to life). Hearing on 1/22.
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Akicita Film Jan 14
Meet Nataanii Means - a talented hip-hop artist with a desire to tell not only his stories, but stories of his people. Nataanii stood on the frontline of the Standing Rock fight since August 2016 until the force removal of camps on February 23rd.
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Water Protectors of Wakpa Wasté Jan 12
Support the in their struggle against and the US Govt. All donations benefit the Tribe's legal fight and our activists on the ground fighting for Unci Maka.
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Mike Hudema Jan 11
The Dakota Access pipeline leaked 5 times in its six months of operation:
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Daniel Biss Jan 11
If the largest city in America can get rid of their financial stakes in Big Oil, there's no reason , , and can't get rid of their own financial interests in it.
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Akicita Film Jan 15
Meet Kanahus Manuel - a traditional birth keeper, traditional tattoo artist and warrior. Kanahus’ inheritance of the land struggle has led her to spearhead many Indigenous frontlines. She was arrested along with the other water protectors at Standing Rock.
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Tod Moore Jan 16
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Ruth H. Hopkins Jan 10
The Dakota Access Pipeline leaked 5 times in 2017 (that we know of).
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Unicorn Riot 17h
The latest on Red Fawn Fallis case: citing Judge denying them proper access to evidence, & virtual guarantee of an unfair trial, Red Fawn's attorneys reached a deal in which prosecutor reportedly agreed to ask for a sentence of no more than 7 years
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Akicita Film Jan 15
It is this land our ancestors have taken care of for us, and the land we need to take care of for our future generations.
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Lisa 13h
This is what fought against, and got beat on for it. This is what ppl who understand and care about what is really happening are trying to tell us all.
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George 7h
How many times does the water have to be poisoned for us to understand we cannot allow anymore pipelines/mining?
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Rising Tide NA 18h
Red Fawn Fallis Reaches Non-Cooperating Plea Agreement
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Gary Gilbert 26m
Replying to @Ask_WellsFargo
We're sorry wells Fargo can't stop investing in illegal oil pipelines that leak even their pipeline in North Dakota leaked and it's the new pipeline next to America's drinking water.
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Ruth H. Hopkins Jan 10
"...the speed is the same as live ammo." "Most injuries are severe." "15% are permanently disabled. 3% die."
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