Dakota Access Pipeline

Brett Wilkins, staff writer
Protesters march in a demonstration against the Line 3 pipeline extension in Duluth, Minnesota on September 27, 2019. (Photo: Fibonacci Blue/Flickr/cc)
"I've been followed for hundreds of miles along the line by different trucks," said one Indigenous organizer. "I don't know if that's counterinsurgency, but it's certainly surveillance."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Thousands gathered at the San Francisco Civic Center in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux against the Dakota Access Pipeline on Nov. 15, 2016.
"If the events of 2020 have taught us anything, it's that health and justice...
Julia Conley, staff writer
" This is what the tribe has been fighting for many months. Their fearless...

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In what has been likened to a classical "hero's journey," Chris Turley - a decorated wounded veteran of Afghanistan and member of the Osage Nation - arrived at Sacred Stone camp after a prayerful, two-week, 800-mile trek on foot from Oklahoma. One of the first of over 2,000 vets coming this weekend and a self-described "warrior of this country" raising funds for both vets' programs and Standing Rock, comrades say Turley exemplifies "the highly contagious emotion we call courage."

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