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'Shocking': North Dakota Republicans Want to Legalize Running Over Protesters
Bill introduced last week would protect any driver who 'unintentionally causes injury or death to an individual obstructing vehicular traffic'
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Dakota Access Opponents Stage Dramatic Protest Against U.S. Bank
"I think these guys are basically trying to shed light on their message and they definitely achieved their goal," said NFL fan Willian Ihrke
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How Standing Rock Solved My 2016, First World Problems
2016 was a rough year. After Nov. 8, it became almost unlivable. In my case, a sustained state of anxiety and depression erupted occasionally into nausea and panic. Behaviors buried since the Bush era made their reappearance, and I even did some brand-new things, like physically threaten someone...
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Water Protectors Target DAPL Builder's Profits to "Sink This Sucker"
Opponents hope stalling the project could hurt Energy Transfer Partner's bottom line enough to cancel the pipeline's construction
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Why I Answered the Call for Veterans to Go to Standing Rock
At Standing Rock, for the first time, I felt like I was finally serving the people.
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It Wasn’t All Bad: 5 Signs of Positive Change in 2016
The election divided the year into “before” and “after.” But there remain signs of hope for 2017.
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10 Good Things that Happened this Year in US Politics
As we end 2016, with many Americans still in shock over the elections results, it's easy to overlook all the good things that happened in the US politically. So, as we prepare for 4 years of open resistance of the majority of the population against an elected administration, here are a few things...
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Standing Rock Prepared Us For Trump's Billionaires and Oil Giants
Continuing to shrink our oil consumption is one way to challenge the oil uber alles mentality of the Trump administration.
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Seven Inspirational Protests of 2016
Needless to say, 2016 has been a tough one for social justice activists around the world. With the rise in xenophobia after Brexit, the presidential election of Trump and the looming threat of trade deals such as TTIP and CETA , we’ve been busy. But let’s also make sure we celebrate the fact that...
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Black Snake Bleeding Out: How DAPL Is Duping Investors
The Dakota Access pipeline (DAPL) is yet another violent variable in the equation of environmental racism that plagues the United States, and the world—to the peril of Indigenous and low-wealth communities of color everywhere. " The financial implications of this decision are both far reaching and...
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