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This country lost a great man to a murderer protected behind the blue badge. Just another cold blooded murder by a supposedly protector of the people.
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Meeting with residents of St. James, Louisiana at the end terminal point for the Bayou Bridge pipeline and the Dakota Access system. We are hearing testimonies about the high rates of cancer and respiratory issues residents have due to the storage tanks, pipeline leaks and refinery emmissions in this area. It's disgusting to hear how the oil & Gas industry and state officials write these communities off as expendable. #NoBayouBridge #NODAPL #keepitintheground #stopetp

World Refugee Day had us rallying in the streets with Zaina, a 16yo refugee who recently made her way to the states. A strong young woman with a bubbling personality.
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World Refugee Day - Grand Army Plaza, NYC - June 20, 2017

A federal judge ruled in favor of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, handing the tribe its first legal victory in its year-long battle against the Dakota Access pipeline.
James Boasberg, who sits on D.C. district court, said that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers failed to perform an adequate study of the pipeline’s environmental consequences when it first approved its construction. In a 91-page decision, the judge cited the Corps’ study of “the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or environmental justice” as particularly deficient, and he ordered it to prepare a new report on its risks.
The court did not, however, order the pipeline to be shut off until a new environmental study is completed—a common remedy when a federal permit is found lacking. Instead, Boasberg asked attorneys to appear before him again and make a new set of arguments about whether the pipeline should operate.
The tribe faces a mixed result: The ruling may establish some important precedents, particularly around environmental justice and treaty rights. But there’s no indication that the requirement to perform a new study will alter the outcome of the case—or even get the pipeline switched off in the interim.
(Source: TheAtlantic )
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“Even though a spill is not certain to occur at Lake Oahe, the Corps still had to consider the impacts of such an event on the environment,” the judge said.

Despite the fact that the pipeline was not ordered to be shut down, this is still a huge victory against the DAPL, although not everyone is seeing it that way. People have been quick to point out that just because the judge ruled for another study, doesn’t mean that the new findings will ever result in the entire pipeline being shut down.

Nevertheless, it provides a stroke of hope amongst environmental activists fighting against the DAPL.

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"In a 91-page decision, Judge James Boasberg ruled that the federal permits authorizing the pipeline to cross the #MissouriRiver just upstream of the #StandingRock reservation, which were hastily issued by the #Trump administration just days after the inauguration, violated the #law in certain critical respects. The #Court did not determine whether #pipeline operations should be shut off and has requested additional briefing on the subject and a status conference next week.
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The #federal #judge wrote, “the Court agrees that [the Corps] did not adequately consider the impacts of an #oilspill on #fishing rights, #hunting rights, or environmental justice, or the degree to which the pipeline’s effects are likely to be highly controversial.
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“This is a major #victory for the Tribe and we commend the courts for upholding the law and doing the right thing,” said #StandingRockSioux Chairman Dave Archambault II. “The previous administration painstakingly considered the impacts of this pipeline, and #President Trump hastily dismissed these careful #environmental considerations in favor of #political and personal interests. We applaud the courts for protecting our laws and regulations from undue political influence, and will ask the Court to shut down pipeline operations immediately.
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“This decision marks an important turning point. Until now, the rights of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe have been disregarded by the builders of the #DakotaAccessPipeline and the Trump Administration—prompting a well-deserved global outcry,” said Earthjustice attorney Jan Hasselman. “The federal courts have stepped in where our political systems have failed to protect the rights of #Native communities."
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It’s been quite awhile since the #StandingRockSioux Tribe or the #DakotaAccessPipeline was covered by #mainstreammedia outlets, despite emerging news of lawsuits being filed and the continuous fight to shut down the pipeline. The most recent news was when #PresidentDonaldTrump spoke in #Cincinnati several weeks ago to announce that the pipeline was up and running, offering crude jokes about his simple decision to approve the pipeline in an executive order just five days after becoming president. “The Dakota Access pipeline is now officially open for business—a $3.8-billion investment in #American infrastructure that was stalled,” he said. “Nobody thought any politician would have the guts to approve that final leg. And I just closed my eyes and said: Do it,” Trump said in his speech on June 7.

Although the pipeline is now in use, a federal judge recently ruled in favor of the #NativeAmerican tribe after more than a year of battling the U.S. government and multi-billion dollar corporations over their right to run a pipeline through sacred land. The ruling stated that the initial study into the environmental consequences of the pipeline, which was conducted by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, was inadequate.

The judge pointed to the Corps’ conclusion of “the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights, or #environmentaljustice” as being particularly inadequate, saying in his 91-page decision that another study needed to be conducted.

While the tribe is thrilled with this victory, which is the first legal battle they’ve won since first pressing the government and corporations with lawsuits, there are mixed reactions to another portion of the judge’s decision. Although the judge called for a new study to be conducted, he did not demand that the pipeline be shut down in the interim. Typically when a federal permit is found to be lacking, in this case it’s the environmental impact report, the judge will order a cease of operations. Instead, the pipeline will continue to be used while the tribe and court awaits the new study. Despite this setback, the tribe remains optimistic about the decision. 🖐🏾More in comments👇🏾#NoDAPL

Collaboration I did with my brother @tomaskarmelo who took photograph I painted on. Acrylic on giclee reproduction #nodapl #ocetisakowin #standingrock #siouxnation #mniwiconi #waterislife

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Girl sings prayers during the Eagle & Condor Ceremony at the Standing Rock protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline near Job Site 118 in St. Anthony, North Dakota. Oct. 10, 2016 #dapl #nodapl #pipeline #resist #nativeamerican #indigenousrights #humanrights #water #politics #activism #protest #standingrock #northdakota #reslife #native #indigenous

Let's watch our language and not fall into cis-binary standards. -Pratnya •
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[image description: at a protest a black person holds a sign that states, "looking at your binaries like..." With an image underneath that quote of a black man looking confused and question marks around him"]

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Best of Luck to these Three beasts tonight in the #NBADraft !! You guys truly are an inspiration to #IndigenousYouth everywhere! Can't wait to see you guys kill it at the next level! 🏀🏀⛹🏽⛹🏽

Nothing but peace and love on the front lines at Oceti Sakowin. #tbt #standwithstandingrock #nodapl

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A federal judge has given Red Fawn Fallis permission to move from a jail in Rugby to a halfway house. U.S. District Judge Daniel Hovland ordered on Tuesday that Fallis be released as soon as space is available at Centre Inc. in Fargo. Hovland had previously denied a similar request for Fallis, who is accused of shooting at police officers during a Dakota Access Pipeline protest on Oct. 27.
In his order, Hovland cited Fallis’ successful completion of a furlough to attend a memorial service in Colorado for her mother and the need for easier communication with her attorney, Bruce Ellison, of Rapid City, S.D.
U.S. Attorney David Hagler had opposed the request, saying she remained a danger to the community and a flight risk. Fallis’ trial, which was scheduled for July 17, has been postponed to Dec. 5. Ellison asked for the continuance due to the amount of evidence and legal issues in the case. The government did not oppose this request. Ellison has also requested to move the jury trial out of Bismarck to another jurisdiction. Ellison cited “the massive, pervasive and prejudicial pre-trial publicity that has attended the pipeline protests and, specifically, her arrest and prosecution.” The government and judge have not yet responded to his request. #FreeRedFawn
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My dawg @theycallhimap is about to set the city on fire with the release of his new album #3am. I'm honored to work side by side with future legends. #BNM

#nodapl artifactual text hovering over the City of the Book. #graffiti collected by this sometime activist--full time archivist--during #rbms17.

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