Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights
Wednesday, August 10, 2016
Eleven Sacred Stones Camp defenders arrested
Thursday at blockade. See photos at:
Update Friday, Aug. 12, 2016: Standing Rock Chairman and Councilman arrested at blockade. Pipeline crew digs into cultural site where there is potential of human remains. Oglala sending 300 Lakotas from Pine Ridge to join blockade and stop pipeline.
Update Wed., Aug. 10, 2016
Spirit Camp Warriors stand in path of Dakota Access Pipeline at:
CANNONBALL, North Dakota -- Tipis are going up at the peaceful protest of the Sacred Stones camp to halt the Dakota Access pipeline from drilling under the Missouri River and endangering the river water with a crude oil pipeline. Standing Rock Nation in North Dakota has filed a preliminary injunction to halt the Dakota Access pipeline, view it here . Photos by Jon Eagle, Sr., thank you for sharing with Censored News.
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