The increasingly violent attacks by North Dakota police and private security forces against peaceful, Indigenous water protectors have caught the nation's attention as well as that of the United Nations, an arm of which has begun an investigation into the protesters' claims of human rights abuses, including "excessive force, unlawful arrests, and...
Native American leaders vowed on Saturday to protest through the winter against...
Police arrested 141 people in North Dakota on Thursday, moving in with pepper...
Ferguson has become a battlefield, with a white police force waging war on black residents after Mike Brown died in the street "like an animal." With the FAA declaring a no-fly zone to protect "law enforcement activities," police have shot two more people, declined to hear the chilling account of Brown's friend, lobbed tear gas at protesters in their own backyards, and issued a statement saying sorry but could black folks' protests be only in daylight and "respectful," just like they've been.
Indigenous Environment Network
Veterans for Peace
Coalition for Peace Action
Violence Policy Center
Institute for Public Accuracy (IPA)
International Coalition for Human Rights in the Philippines