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Federal Court Dismisses RICO and Defamation Lawsuit Against Greenpeace
"These cases don't seek justice," says Greenpeace USA's general counsel. "They intend to silence free speech through expensive, time-consuming litigation."
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Only Nonviolent Resistance Will Destroy the Corporate State
The Dakota Access pipeline protests illuminated the conscience of the nation.
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The Fight From Below Seen From Above: New Map Details Local Fossil Fuel Resistance
"With the climate-denying Trump administration putting the the health of Big Oil billionaires' bottom lines before anyone else, the time to join your local fight to protect our air, water, and planet is right now."
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Inspired by Standing Rock, First Nations 'Tiny House Warriors' Protest Pipeline Project
"As Kinder Morgan tries to force through a pipeline without our consent—risking polluting the land and poisoning our rivers—we are rising up to create a resistance rooted in family, community, and hope."
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'Corporate Mercenaries': Trump-Allied Firm Slammed for $1 Billion Suit Against Water Protectors
"This has now become a pattern of harassment by corporate bullies, with Trump's attorneys leading the way."
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In 'Significant' Win for Water Protectors, Judge Orders Review of DAPL Permits
"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," said Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault II
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DAPL Company Hired War on Terror Contractors to Suppress Native Uprising
Leaked docs reveal the collusion between local police forces, pipeline company, and defense contractors as they executed 'military-style counterterrorism measures' to suppress the water protectors
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DAPL Photographer Cleared of Charges After Drone Footage Proves His Case
Prosecutors said Aaron Turgeon had put police plane and water protectors in harm's way when he used a drone to capture footage over pipeline site
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The 'Told You So' Everyone Was Dreading—First DAPL Spill Reported
"We have always said it's not if, but when, pipelines leak"
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When Protests Are Powerful, The Powerful Punish Protest
When people feel powerless – locked out of decision-making, bypassed by real governance – they turn to protest. Especially for the disenfranchised and oppressed, protest is often the only way to exert power and affect policies and practices that impact their lives and communities. With Donald Trump...
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