Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

January 31, 2017

Congressman says DAPL permit is imminent

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

A North Dakota Congressman says the final easement for Dakota Access Pipeline is imminent, but the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe said it has received no notice.
Further, the tribe said it will challenge the decision legally, since an environmental impact statement is in progress.
Dakota, Lakota and Nakota Warriors have issued an urgent call for water protectors to return to camp.
LaDonna Allard, owner of the land where Sacred Stones Camp is located, urged people to come now and stand with them in prayer, and powerful direct action, for the sake of the next Seven Generations.
"This is the final hour," Allard said, urging all to share this message with the world.
"We will be standing because we are not afraid. Let the world know."

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