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Mike Hudema Sep 17
"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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Jordan 2h
Authorities in Montana held an “anti-terrorism training” recently in preparation for possible -like protests against . So the oil companies are the soldiers and people trying to save the planet are now terrorists.
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Mike Hudema Sep 21
As Trump and Trudeau push pipelines, Latin America’s biggest park nears completion in Mexico: Panels not pipelines.
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🇨🇺  Miami Red  ☭ 1h
Replying to @Miami_Rebelde
Political Repression against non violent dissidents like and the groups. Racist Cop shootings of Citizens. The fact that none of us have a living wage and we are told we are spoiled by Politicians who have yachts while most of us have to live in Vans
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Jordan 6h
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Chairman Harold Frazier responds to construction buildup on its most westerly village in South Dakota. At this time, they are asking water protecters not to come or set up camps.
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indianz.com 4h
25 days and counting...Where is the Trump administration's Dakota Access Pipeline decision?
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Piper Perabo Sep 22
If you believed in the water struggles continue in Louisiana Bayou. I stand with Cherri Foytlin and all the water protectors . ’eauEstLaVie
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Gage Julian Miles 11h
Update: Case dismissed! On Monday, October 17, District Judge rejected the “riot” charge that had been leveled against for her coverage of a September 3 Dakota Access Pipeline protest.
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Swan Webb 6h
great mural near the corner of amador and solano in las cruces. so true
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Jordan 6h
NEWS: Source tells me pre-construction activities now underway in Presho and Ideal, South Dakota for . Large amount of dirt being moved and a bridge between Presho and Winner, South Dakota near completion (bridge for construction machinery)
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PositiveTrifecta Sep 23
Replying to @jaykelly26
I agree it's what we should do. But did you see how they reacted to Occupy? Or ? Or BLM marches? I honestly don't know how violent they'd get if we actually revolted that way - they wouldn't be just shooting rubber bullets. They might even break out the drones
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David Han Sep 20
Replying to @AmericanIndian8
The religious advance the kingdoms of men but never the Kingdom of God.
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JT 56m
..Stand Up / Stand N Rock ..
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Mike Hudema Sep 19
If you wouldn’t put a pipeline through your church, don’t put a pipeline through theirs. RT if you agree.
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George 27m
This disturbing time lapse video shows just how "safe" oil and gas pipelines really are...
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coiléan ó murchadha 🌹 2h
For me, the fight epitomizes the struggle between the life culture—we who are fighting for organized human existence to survive change—and the death culture—those fighting for short-term gain at the expense of human + nonhuman life.
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Lakota Law Project Sep 19
"After a brief deliberation, a six-member Morton County, jury found the 65-year-old Freeman guilty of Class A misdemeanor charges of physical obstruction of a government function."
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John Maenpaa 1h
vs Bernie Sanders backs Scottish Government's Amazon funding freeze in workers' Living Wage battle Bernie Sanders has told how the Scottish Government’s Amaz...
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Joshua Fanella 18h
The supreme court has had an open slot for about 2 or 3 years, Flint has been without water for around 5, and has been going on for about 4, and poverty has been growing since Reagan, why is only one of these things in the and the rest are bad for ratings.
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Scandal Machine 3000 15h
: CNN involved in improper trade with the alt-right
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