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This protest is the latest in a growing international movement to stand up for Indigenous and human rights and take climate action against pipeline companies like Energy Transfer Partners, Kinder Morgan, Enbridge and TransCanada, along with the banks that fund them. Energy Transfer Partners sued ...
Meg Logue talks about being arrested for civil disobedience at the pipeline construction site, speaks as Bayou Bridge Pipeline opponents protest ... and that GOHSEP was aware of their presence and said that unlike Dakota Access, the Bayou Bridge resistance was attempting to organize in advance.

Justices heard arguments Tuesday in the second appeal stemming from criminal cases of the monthslong protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Last fall, Surrogate Judge Thomas Merrick convicted Mary Redway and Alex Simon of misdemeanors from a march in October 2016 near pipeline construction ...
The film documents efforts by the Standing Rock Sioux and the tribe's supporters to oppose the $3.8 billion Dakota Access oil pipeline for fear it would harm ... A protest camp on federal land just north of the reservation and near the area where the pipeline skirted tribal land drew hundreds and sometimes ...
Activists view these bills as responses to the high-profile actions at the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, which brought thousands to encamp and protest against the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Though the Pipeline is now operating thanks to an expedited review process under the Trump ...
Two years ago, protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline began. The country watched thousands of demonstrators travel from every corner, many of them campaigning for donations on crowdfunding platforms like GoFundMe. Millions of dollars poured into online donations, and when camps were ...

FARGO — Jenni Monet climbed a hill overlooking the Cannonball River to shoot video of dozens of protesters against the Dakota Access oil pipeline who ... it was erected across from the main protest camp during the prolonged protests near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in 2016 and early 2017.
Chase Iron Eyes, a 2016 North Dakota Democratic congressional nominee, was in court Wednesday at the Morton County Courthouse in Mandan, North Dakota, to fight charges stemming from protests of the Dakota Access pipeline. During Iron Eyes' appearance, attorneys for Iron Eyes argued that the ...
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - The state of North Dakota still plans to go after the federal government to recoup costs associated with policing the Dakota Access oil pipeline protests in the state. Attorney General Wayne Stenehjem says he plans to file a claim with the Army Corps of Engineers and possibly other ...
The Bayou Bridge opposition movement is tiny in comparison to the thousands of people who showed up at Standing Rock in the fall of 2016 to physically block construction of the Dakota Access pipeline, but the two pipelines are related. Both are owned by Energy Transfer Partners, and they represent the ...

These bills are a direct reaction from politicians and corporations to the tactics of some of the most effective protesters in recent history, including Black Lives Matter and the water protectors challenging construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline at Standing Rock. If they succeed, these legislative moves will ...
WASHINGTON (KFGO) - A congressional report says Russia used American social media to undermine U.S. energy markets and manipulate protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline. According to the House Committee on Science, Space and Technology, American pipelines and energy infrastructure ...
File photo of a police line moving through and past the north protest camp on North Dakota Hwy. 1806 on Thursday ... "Love Water Not Oil, Protect Our Mother, Stand With Standing Rock," a reference to an Indian tribe that opposed the Dakota Access Pipeline. The post also said, "No Pipelines. No Fracking.
60 Plus also began lobbying and campaigning on behalf of the Dakota Access as the protest movement grew against the pipeline at the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation in North Dakota. Around the same time those protests began in September 2016, 60 Plus deployed its chairman, Jim Martin, to begin ...
During a prayer walk with about 50 people on Thursday, Nathan Phillips, a member of the Omaha Tribe, holds an eagle staff as he walks away from a barbed wire fenced of what was once the main gate leading to the Oceti Sakowin camp of a year ago filled with thousands of Dakota Access Pipeline ...
February 23, 2017: Law-enforcement officers point their weapons at two water protectors praying near the Sacred Fire of the main resistance camp of the Dakota Access Pipeline protests. Both men were arrested, along with the photographer, shortly after this image was taken. (Tracie Williams) ...
11, 2017 about 100 demonstrators, calling themselves water protectors, blocked the northbound lanes of Interstate 5 just south of the Lakeway Drive exit for about an hour that afternoon to protest the federal government's handling of the Dakota Access pipeline. The charges indicated that Baxter, Semanko, ...
GRAND FORKS — Reporters who covered the Dakota Access Pipeline protests spoke at a panel on UND campus Thursday, April 19, providing some insight ... He referred to the protest site as the "Selma of the North," a reference to the famous, violent clash during the civil rights movement in Alabama.
A sign for the Cannonball Ranch sits near the site of a protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. ... Dakota Access LLC still owns about 7,000 acres of ranchland along the pipeline route in Morton County, a year after most protesters left the area and several months after the pipeline went into service.


 

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