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WATCH: Ocasio-Cortez Grills Wells Fargo CEO Over Profiting From 'Caging of Children' and Pipeline Disasters
"Want to know why Ocasio-Cortez's popularity keeps climbing? Because she amplifies questions that movements of people, like the #NoDAPL movement, have been shouting to the powers that be for ages."
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The Dakota Access Pipeline Company Is Abusing the Judicial System to Silence Dissent
Protesters and advocacy groups have the right to freely and vigorously criticize their opponents, even when their speech threatens to subvert corporate interests
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Blow to 'Powerful Corporate Interests' as Federal Court Throws Out Pipeline Company Lawsuit Against DAPL Water Protectors
Greenpeace lawyer confident that decision will deter other companies "from abusing the legal system in their quest to bully those who speak truth to power."
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Documents Show Police Using Private Security Firms to Target Anti-Pipeline Organizers Fighting Line 3 Project
"I don't understand why I'm being looked at as a criminal when a corporation is proposing to destroy my water," says Winona LaDuke. "I am not a criminal, I am a water protector."
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'Despicable': Wells Fargo Bashed for Plans to Cash In on Global Climate Crisis
" Rather than scheming about how to make more money off of the climate crisis, Wells Fargo should stop making the problem worse and divest from the dirtiest fuels on the planet."
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Winona LaDuke News
Winona LaDuke Calls for Indigenous-Led 'Green New Deal' as She Fights Minnesota Pipeline Expansion
"We have to make the next economy, and that next economy is going to be green. That next economy is going to have people like me making decisions."
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Hackers Stole Nearly Quarter Million Dollars Our Revolution Raised for Standing Rock Protests
"We'd done fundraising specifically on behalf of the tribe, and to have that money just be gone and never reach its intended purpose was unacceptable," said former board member Lucy Flores. "So we decided to give them the money that was raised and take the loss as an organization."
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The current round of soul-searching around the Equator Principles dates back to the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and the Indigenous-led campaign calling out the banks behind the project. (Photo: Joe Brusky/flickr/cc) Views
Big Banks Just Flunked Their Own Test on Climate, Indigenous Rights
In a bitter irony, JPMorgan Chase and other banks revise their own environmental due diligence standards just as they re-up their support for fossil fuels
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'Making Sacrifices for All of Us,' Indigenous Water Protectors Arrested at Pipeline Company's Shareholder Meeting
"They've shackled grandmothers, used attack dogs on people, lied, stole, bribed, maimed, and poisoned, all over the lands."
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Advocacy Groups Vow to 'Protect the Protest' as Government and Corporations Challenge First Amendment Rights
"If you go after one of us, you're going to hear from all of us."
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