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#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

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

Aly

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

@Regrann from @prideofgypsies - I support the #NativeYouth of #StandingRockRez. I signed the petition to stop the #DakotaAccess Pipeline, your turn click on the link in my bio. Please take a second to check out what's happening. Mahalo EZRA @panterasarah and shai. For spreading the awareness ALOHA j. - #regrann

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Tipis are sacred in Native American culture, they connect the earth and sky as the poles go from the ground and open up to above. 🌙❄️ #standingrock #dakotaaccess #campoceti

El Cuerpo de Ingenieros de Estados Unidos dijo este domingo que no otorgará una servidumbre para el oleoducto Dakota Access al sur de Dakota del Norte, lo que representa una victoria para los miembros de la reserva india de Standing Rock y sus partidarios, quienes han argumentado que el proyecto dañará tierras que consideran sagradas y contaminarán las aguas del río Misuri de las que depende su modo de vida. #DakotaDelNorte #DakotaAccess #EEUU

Yesterday attorneys representing the #StandingRock Sioux tribe filed a lawsuit against the Army Corps of Engineers over the recently re-started construction of the controversial #DakotaAccess oil pipeline. The suit alleges that in granting an easement to resume construction of the pipeline adjacent to Standing Rock tribal lands, the Army Corps of Engineers, under the direction of the #Trump administration, was in violation of a previous agreement which required an in depth assessment of both the environmental risks of and the alternate routes available to the #pipeline. 📷 by @estebancorte #waterislife

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Winona LaDuke is an environmentalist and political activist of Ojibwa ancestry. She is also the founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project, which fights for the retrieval of land to their original native American owners and currently leads Honor the Earth, a non-profit that raises awareness and funding for environmental injustices. ✊️🌍💙🏜



#environment #environmentalist #environmentalism #environmentalista #winonaladuke #nodapl #dakotaaccess #dakotaaccesspipeline #nature #natureheals #honortheearth #indigenouspride #indigenousresistance #treelover #renewableenergy #climatechange #climatemarch #everydayisearthday #earthlover #environmentaljustice

#sabato scorso in via Rizzoli: #bancaintesa #sanpaolo è una dei maggiori finanziatori (con 339 milioni di dollari) del #dakotaaccess #pipeline , l'oleodotto che rischia di inquinare per sempre i terreni e le falde acquifere che da secoli le popolazioni #sioux rispettano in maniera sacra.
La dura lotta che le tribù di #standingrock portano avanti da un anno ha bisogno del sostegno di tutt@ noi e chi è responsabile di questa devastazione ambientale deve ritirare il proprio finanziamento al progetto!
È anche per questo che contesteremo il #g7 #ambiente che si terrà a #bologna e l'11 giugno faremo una grande manifestazione a cui parteciperà anche uno degli esponenti Sioux, Tufawon, che sarà con noi a rappresentare le tribù di Standing Rock!
#DIVESTDAPL #NoDapl #G7Mobilitiamoci
#standupwithstandingrock

Dakota Access Pipeline Suffers Oil Leak Even Before Becoming Operational. Learn more at www.7ummitmagazine.com #dapl #nodapl #dakotaaccess #dakota #oil #pipeline #7ummitmagazine
#dakotaaccesspipeline #7ummit #sevensummit

The Hill reports there may be an oil spill in South Dakota caused by the Dakota Access Pipeline that was approved by President Trump by executive order earlier this year. #DAPL #DakotaAccess

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#meme #memesdaily #crispyhexagons #cancerous #itssobig #dakotaaccess #pipeline

Actress, Daryl Hannah, uses her platform to bring awareness to current environmental issues. Recently she has been protesting against the DAPL and the mountaintop removal mining in West Virginia. 💧💛🌎🌻⛰



#environment #environmentalist #environmentalista #everydayisearthday #collageart #createlife #treelovers #darylhannah #dapl #nodapl #dakotaaccess #waterislife #standwithstandingrock #standingrock #coalmine #mountaintopremoval

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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

Film Prints of Dan Namakin at Standing Rock. I met Dan of the Nez Perce tribe after a prayer ceremony. Dan was is a kind warm hearted man who invited me into his yurt in order to escape the sub zero temperatures that he had just been drumming in. These images are timeless and are a perfect example of why it is of utmost importance that we fight for indigenous rights. This culture must be more accurately depicted in schools and we must do everything in our power to preserve it.

☉Introductions☉
Hey, I'm Alex. I'm 23 years old and I come from Canberra, #Australia, home of the Ngunnawal people. In 2015 I spent time travelling and working in the company of Peter Andrews, a renowned Australian sustainable agriculture. With Peter I learned about natural systems in both Australia and the world, and I began to realize the extent of the planet's suffering. When I returned to Canberra, I became overwhelmed with the trivialities of modern life. Feeling discouraged, I put my concerns for our planet out of my mind, and enrolled at university to study a degree in teaching. At the end of my first year, however, thoughts on environmental issues returned to me - no longer preoccupied with essays and lectures, I was forced to consider my place in the world. It quickly became apparent that the academic world was not the place for change, and so I left university. Shortly thereafter, I was presented with the opportunity to travel to #StandingRock and fight the #DakotaAccess Pipeline. There I met @faith_meckley, a genuine individual who shares my passion for #nature, and together we're pursuing a life of #sustainability and environmental justice.

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