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DAPL Protests
ND Governor orders evacuation of DAPL protesters

North Dakota Governor Orders Pipeline Site Protesters To Evacuate

North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple ordered an emergency evacuation on Monday for protesters at the main camp near the Dakota Access Pipeline due to “harsh winter conditions,” his office said in statement.

November 28, 2016
Standing rock

The Water Protectors Of Standing Rock

“Water protectors” is the term used within the community for everyone there. The use of the word protester is discouraged, partly because it implies a passive role and partly because it puts the focus on the pipeline and the police protecting it.

November 28, 2016
Dakota Access Pipeline protestors

12 Post-Election Ideas From Frontline Organizers

This post-election many people are reassessing and searching for the best way forward. Here are some ideas on where we should be going and what we should be doing from experienced, thoughtful people who are organizing on the front lines.

November 28, 2016
Dakota Access Pipeline protesters

Police Use Water Cannons, Tear Gas, Rubber Bullets During Clash With North Dakota Pipeline Protesters

Activists at the scene reported that police were also spraying protesters with water in sub-freezing temperatures and firing rubber bullets, injuring some in the crowd.

November 21, 2016
Protesters take on militarized police

Militarized Police Are Collaborating With Oil Companies At Standing Rock

Water protectors at the Dakota Access Pipeline have already endured dog attacks, military-style checkpoints, low-flying surveillance planes, invasive strip searches, national guard deployments, and mass arrests

October 30, 2016
DAPL, Dakota Access, Oil

Sunoco, Behind Protested Dakota Pipeline, Tops U.S. Crude Spill Charts

Sunoco Logistics , the future operator of the oil pipeline delayed this month after Native American protests in North Dakota, spills crude more often than any of its competitors with more than 200 leaks since 2010, according to a Reuters analysis of government data.

September 23, 2016