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big mahalo to these brothers who did not let their uniforms define them today when we showed up in #Bismarck with prayers, peaceful disruption, and truth. every little step counts. #dakotaaccesspipeline #dakotaaccess #RezpectOurWater #UpToUs

Dear Mother 🌎, allow me to apologize on behalf of President #Trump for his executive order to reinitiate the #DakotaAccess & #KeystonePipeline
Sincerely,

Aly

#breakingnews President Donald Trump has signed executive actions to advance the construction of the #KeystoneXL and #DakotaAccess oil pipelines.

By Stephen Yang/Getty -- Campers set structures on fire in preparation of the Army Corp's 2pm deadline to leave the Oceti Sakowin protest camp in Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Activists and protesters have occupied the Standing Rock Sioux reservation for months in opposition to the completion of the Dakota Access Pipeline. #StandingRock #CannonBall #NorthDakota #dakotaaccess

Enchanting capture by @amodernghost as he stood in solidarity of the #siouxtribe. ⛺️✨ #wsbtv #dakotaaccess

A powerful first hand account by Will Griffin, Iraq and Afghanistan veteran and Veteran For Peace.

LINK IN COMMENTS - "The militarized police forces on the ground weren’t keeping the peace or protecting justice, they were protecting corporate interests. The police were blocking peace and obstructing justice on behalf of corporations, greedy bankers and investors... I saw local law enforcement, out-of-jurisdiction police forces, private security forces, and the North Dakota National Guard—all on behalf of the corporations and the state, not the people. They arrested the people and protected the construction equipment."

This is great news!

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The #StandingRockSiouxTribe and the hundreds of Native protestors who have joined them in rural North Dakota won a huge but provisional victory in their quest to stop the #DakotaAccess pipeline, as the U.S. government announced late on Friday afternoon that it was voluntarily halting work on the project.

The triumph tasted all the sweeter because it had followed so closely after a seemingly immense defeat. Mere minutes after a federal judge declined the Tribe’s request for an injunction to stop construction on the pipeline, the #Obama administration made a surprise announcement that it would not permit the project to continue for now. “Construction of the pipeline on Army Corps land bordering or under Lake Oahe will not go forward at this time,” said a joint statement from the Department of Justice, the Department of the Interior, and the U.S. Army. “We request that the pipeline company voluntarily pause all construction activity within 20 miles east or west of Lake Oahe.” The Army will now move to “reconsider any of its previous decisions” regarding whether the pipeline respects federal law, especially the National Environmental Policy Act, the statement said.

The Obama administration also announced that it will invite tribes to formal consultations this fall about whether any federal rules around national infrastructure projects like the Dakota Access pipeline should be reformed in order to protect tribal resources and rights. It will also consider whether new laws should be proposed to Congress.

As planned, the Dakota Access pipeline would run 1,100 miles from oil fields in northwest North Dakota to a refinery and port in Illinois. Hundreds of people, many of them from Native communities or nations, have gathered on tribal land near the Missouri River since April to protest the pipeline’s construction. The camps are one of the largest Native protests in decades. #noDAPL Source: http://www.theatlantic.com/

At a time when tribal leaders have called for water protectors to close their camps and leave, Marcus Mitchell is making the case for why the movement at Standing Rock should continue.
Mitchell, 21, had a blackened left eye stitched-up from injuries that he sustained on the bridge that night. He was the water protector that Morton County officials withheld his identity from its press statements after he was transported by ambulance to Sanford Medical Center in Bismarck and hospitalized for days. “I was shot for what?,” the young Diné man rhetorically asked Pavel Sulyandziga, a member of the UN Working Group on the issue of Human Rights, Transnational Corporations and other Business Enterprises. The UN body monitors alleged abuses by companies like Energy Transfer Partners who reportedly hired private security firm TigerSwan to orchestrate militarized policing of the Dakota Access pipeline and other surveillance operations. “I was expressing my freedom of speech. Me as an American citizen,” said Mitchell. “It is our birthright to express ourselves freely.” Mitchell’s shared testimony given on Monday, Jan. 23, followed a wave of weekend demonstrations over Trump’s inauguration. And in response to the President’s first week of executive actions — the pipeline memos, the Wall, the so-called Muslim ban — it sparked what many are calling a resurgence of America’s protest movement, a turning point perhaps inspired by the gathering at Standing Rock where at the end of 2016, it became a reminder of the influence that people-power can have when faced against inequality, historic abuses, and injustice.
My latest for @indiancountry | At Standing Rock, a Fight for Basic Survival Sets-In: As protest camps dismantle, focus shifts to new political battles 📷: Hal Myers ⬆ LINK IN BIO #StandingRock #DakotaAccess #NoDAPL #MniWiconi #Indigenous

Yo happy steal-your-land-and-kill-your-people day, Merica. When you're stuffing your face try to think about all of the natives being mistreated and abused by the police at #standingrock #dakotaaccess #nodapl #standwithstandingrock #thanksgiving

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#aBBVAnoleimporta hacer negocios con TRUMP y financia "La Serpiente Negra" ,el oleoducto que pone en peligro los territorios y el agua de los pueblos indígenas. #NoDAPL #DakotaAccess #StandingRock ...las mujeres, como siempre, las más vulnerables y perseguidas, las que sostienen la lucha y RESISTENCIA.

Over a 100* during the #podcast yesterday. We we're sweating pretty hard but it was a good time taking with Travis!
#wetalkshit #podcast #podbean #itunes #heatwave #intothegrey #interview #guylove #powerlifter #strongman #bodybuilding #dakotaaccess #roseville #redneck

#aBBVAnoLeImporta la vida en los Territorios Indígenas, financiando el oleoducto aprobado por TRUMP, #DAPL Dakota Access PipeLine (La Serpiente Negra) #DakotaAccess #StandingRock
El pueblo SIOUX y su Agua es vida...#NoPasaran

Today we will be sitting down with @travgren hes an old and dear friend to both gabe and mark. He will be talking about his work on the oil pipeline in the Dakotas and his time as a very successful powerlifter.
If you have questions for Travis or us submit before 2pm (pacific) today. #redneck #oildrilling #dakotaaccess #saturday #interview #intothegrey #roughneck #powerlifting #powerlifter #strongman #welding #itunes #podcast #podbean #wetalkshit

story rp via @patzky99 WASHINGTON, DC- "#StandingRock and #CheyenneRiver seek summary judgment on several counts related to the Corps’ alleged #failure to comply with the National #Environmental Policy Act. In particular, the Tribes believe that the Corps did not sufficiently consider the pipeline’s environmental effects before granting permits to #DakotaAccess to construct and operate #DAPL under #LakeOahe, a federally regulated waterway.

Although the Corps substantially complied with #NEPA in many areas, #TheCourtAgrees that it did not adequately consider the #ImpactsOfOillSpill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or #EnvironmentalJustice, or the degree to which the pipeline’s effects are likely to be highly controversial." Judge James Boasberg ruled today that the #EnvironmentalProtectionAct was not sufficiently addressed, and must be revisited by the Corps. Closed eyes.must be opened again. A positive development.

#NoDAPL ✊✊✊✊ #whosstreetsourstreets #wearethemedia ######
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Czy amerykański rząd musi być jak wąż i „gadzim, rozdwojonym językiem” wypowiadać obietnice, które będą łamane? Pytania Indian pozostają bez odpowiedzi.

Magdalena Gacyk z magazynu "Wysokie Obcasy" spotkała się ze współczesnymi wojowniczkami, które protestują przeciw rurociągowi Dakota Access.

Więcej w nowym numerze "Wysokich Obcasów": http://bit.ly/2rHb2vP

#wysokieobcasy #WO #czytam #reading #czasnaczytanie #Indianie #reportaz #freetime #czaswolny #weekend #magazyn #protest #dakotaaccess #razem #together #instareading #wyborcza #gazetawyborcza #important #instadaily #photooftheday #siuksowie #trump #donaldtrump #tocounas #wobronieprzyrody

story rp via @patzky99 WASHINGTON, DC- "#StandingRock and #CheyenneRiver seek summary judgment on several counts related to the Corps’ alleged #failure to comply with the National #Environmental Policy Act. In particular, the Tribes believe that the Corps did not sufficiently consider the pipeline’s environmental effects before granting permits to #DakotaAccess to construct and operate #DAPL under #LakeOahe, a federally regulated waterway.

Although the Corps substantially complied with #NEPA in many areas, #TheCourtAgrees that it did not adequately consider the #ImpactsOfOillSpill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or #EnvironmentalJustice, or the degree to which the pipeline’s effects are likely to be highly controversial." Judge James Boasberg ruled today that the #EnvironmentalProtectionAct was not sufficiently addressed, and must be revisited by the Corps. Closed eyes.must be opened again. A positive development.

#NoDAPL ✊✊✊✊ #whosstreetsourstreets #wearethemedia ######
🔜Take Action👉#DontAgonizeOrganize ☆☆☆☆ & find allies: @justicedemocratsmi @justicedemocratsfororegon @justicedemocratswv @justicedemocratsforva @justicedemocrats_newjersey @350org @specialsnowflakestorm @indivisibleeastside @indivisiblenorthseattle @marysvilleindivisble #YourVibeAttractsYourTribe #DontAgonizeOrganize #BeRepresented #BrandNewCongress -> @sarahsmithwa9 @paulajean2018 #November2018
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As the fight to stop the #DakotaAccesspipelinebecomes a distant memory for many, similar fights are still taking place throughout much of the #UnitedStates, albeit with far less press coverage by mainstream and alternative media alike.

The #SabalTrailpipeline, set to span much of #Florida, #Georgia andAlabama, is the subject of one such struggle. Part of a joint venture owned by a consortium of energy companies, including Houston-based Spectra Energy, #NorthCarolina’s #DukeEnergy and #NextEraEnergy – the parent company of Floridian electricity monopoly Florida Power & Light – the $3.2 billion taxpayer-funded pipeline would carry fracked natural gas over a distance of 516 miles in order to bring “affordable, clean natural gas supplies to Florida.” But behind the familiar pro-pipeline platitudes promising “affordable” energy and “economic stimulus” is another unpopular pipeline project using eminent domain to drown out local opposition in favor of major energy corporations. Properties owned by hundreds of locals have been condemned via the use of Florida’s eminent domain law and those who have tried to fight back have repeatedly lost to the pipeline in the state court system.

The pipeline has inspired robust local protests and acts of defiance. Pipeline opposition activists have held protests, blocked roads, chained themselves to construction equipment and even lodged themselves within the pipeline itself. One man was shot and killed by Florida police after he fired a rifle at the pipeline.

While the #SabalTrail partnership expected to complete the pipeline months ago, frequent acts of resistance have caused construction delays since last October. However, the struggle to kill the pipeline has fallen on deaf ears at the national level, largely failing to capture the same attention that the #DakotaAccess pipeline fight so readily attracted.

FLORIDA: Like #DAPL, the #SabalTrail pipeline is a danger to drinking-water for millions: https://t.co/pZw61X0c6R. #EarthDay #ScienceMarch pic.twitter.com/bpph1XNZJI — RoseAnn DeMoro (@RoseAnnDeMoro) April 22, 2017 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾

#NoDAPL Protesters Compared to 'Jihadist Insurgency' by Private Security Firm and Energy Transfer Partners - Leaked Docs Reveal. Read more at www.7ummitmagazine.com #dapl #northdakota #dakota #dakotaaccesspipeline #7ummit #dakotaaccess #jihadist #sevensummit #7ummitmagazine

Bragging time:
I just found out that this photo of mine placed as a finalist (2nd place) at the Society of Professional Journalists Nationals. Wow! I can't tell you how lblown away I am by this! Next step Nat Geo 😼
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We really dig natural water sources not obstructed by invasive pipelines :))))
🌏🌲❤️☀️ #rileysunofficialbaptism #motherearth #waterislife #standingrocksioux #dakotaaccess #environmentalresponsibility

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