Lockdown: Lakota Woman and Amazon Native Locked to Pipeline Machinery 'NO DAPL'


Lakota woman, Julie, speaking out
against meth and violence against
Native women locked to DAPL
machinery NOW
"Water is life. We need to put an end to
this pipeline," she says while locked down now.
There were no arrests today.

Breaking News Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2016
Federal Judge grants Standing Rock's TRO,
but burial place not protected
Standing Rock Sioux Chairman Dave Archambault said, "We're disappointed."
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Native from Amazon also locked down to pipeline
machinery.
.
Photo Natalie Hand
Lakota Media Project

Photo Natalie Hand
Lakota Media Project
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Above: Akicita Win (Warrior Woman)
Photo credit: Natalie Hand, Lakota Media Project


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