Tag Archives: #NoDAPL
“We’re at that point where Mother Earth is crying out for a revolution. Mother Earth is crying out for a new direction.”
Surveillance Reports Paint Protesters as Desperate and Deviant
The sixties produced a conviction that “democracy is in the streets.” The Trump era may echo that. Protest against Donald Trump. (photo: Jim Vondruska/NurPhoto/Getty Images) By Jelani Cobb The New Yorker RSN January 1, 2017 n December 6th, less than a month after the election, Vice-President Joe Biden, who was in New York to receive […]
We, too, can sing in the new day.
“If you come from too radical perspective, your right to report is somehow in question, because you’re outside the ideological frameworks”
“This is What I Have Been Waiting For My Entire Life”
Standing Rock: Protest and Prayer
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“What he can’t buy he’ll get some other way
Send in the troopers if the natives resist…”
‘We are protectors, not protesters’
CENSORED NEWS | Hennepin County sends special forces to Standing Rock as Minneapolis supports Standing Rock in resolution
Hennepin [County] sends special forces to terrorize Standing Rock water protectors—after Minneapolis and Saint Paul passed resolutions of support for Standing Rock’s resistance to DAPL protection of the water. By Brenda Norrell CENSORED NEWS October 23-25, 2016 Minneapolis was the third city in the U.S. to pass a resolution in support of Standing Rock. Click here for […]
Dallas Goldtooth, Arvol Looking Horse and Kandi Mosset Stand Up for the Sacred in Stunning Video by Matika Wilbur and Myron Dewey
The wounded land.
One of the most important things I did there was listen. I learned an incredible amount in a short period of time, mostly through storytelling. I listened to stories from Native youth about their everyday lives — growing up on reservations and small towns and big cities across the country. I learned about ancestral histories and the many conflicts that Indigenous Nations set aside to come together to protect the water, and that this is the largest gathering of Indigenous Nations since 1973.