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Thursday, April 22, 2021
Tuesday, April 20, 2021
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Friday, April 16, 2021
Photos 1 and 2 NO DAPL Walk in North Dakota. Remaining photos, actions in DC.
Thursday, April 15, 2021
Facebooking While Brown: Indigenous Man in Arizona Imprisoned for Social Media 'Shock-Talk' about #BLM Protest
Facebooking While Brown:
Indigenous Man in Arizona Imprisoned for Social Media 'Shock-Talk' about #BLM Protest
By Civil Liberties Defense Center
April 14, 2021
PAGE, Arizona – Loren Reed, a 26-year-old Diné (Navajo) man, is set for trial on May 4, 2021 for a trumped-up federal charge of "Threats to Damage and Destroy a Building by Means of Fire" after he engaged in a heated debate over Black Lives Matter protest tactics in a private Facebook chat group created to organize a local police brutality protest.
Reed has been held in federal pretrial detention without bail for ten months after a prior high school acquaintance reported him to the police for a different satirical social media post about planning a protest or 'riot' at the courthouse that never actually happened.
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
|Photo by Alejandro Molino|
Tribes from Across the U.S. Testify in Support of Save the Oak Flat Act
Act would Halt Massive Foreign-Owned Mining Project that will Destroy Sacred Sites and the Environment
By San Carlos Apache Nation
April 13, 2021
SAN CARLOS APACHE NATION -- San Carlos Apache Tribal Chairman Terry Rambler said he strongly supports Congressional testimony provided today by tribal leaders to protect the sacred western Apache site Chí’chil Biłdagoteel, also known as Oak Flat, from destruction by the proposed Resolution Copper Mine.
“Today’s testimony clearly demonstrates that it is not only the San Carlos Apache Tribe opposed to this horrific plan that would destroy a location that is the heart of our cultural and spiritual beliefs, but those tribal nations from across Arizona and the U.S. are united in stopping this mine,” Rambler said.
Monday, April 12, 2021
LaDonna Tamakawastewin (Good Earth Woman) Brave Bull Allard June 8, 1955 – April 10, 2021
Saturday, April 10, 2021
|Photo by Ryan Vizzions Standing Rock 2016|
Biden Delivers Disappointment on the Dakota Access PipelineApril 9, 2021
Today, the Biden administration announced that it will not take immediate action to shut down the Dakota Access Pipeline while the government conducts a court-ordered environmental review. The controversial pipeline has been transporting toxic crude oil near the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s reservation since 2017 and operating illegally since March 25, 2020.
Thursday, April 8, 2021
Wednesday, April 7, 2021
Saturday, April 3, 2021
Standing Rock Youth Council
Love and Silas have been standing up for the water, the land and their people since they were 6 and 7. This week they traveled to Washington D.C to demand that Biden #ShutdownDAPL #StopLine3 and #BuildBackFossilFree
Join us in this Week of Action through April 9th. Call the White House and Ask Biden to Shut it down, find out where your water comes from, see what ways you can encourage your local community to just transition. Stand with us
Mni Wiconi, Water is Life.
Friday, April 2, 2021
By Brenda Norrell
Indigenous youths, marching to the White House on Thursday with a 200-foot black snake called out with clarity to the White House. "If the Biden Harris administration doesn't want this at their home, then they shouldn't bring it to our home," one of the Native youths said.
This just-released video, "Indigenous Youth Ran to the White House," shows Native youths 'Killing the Black Snakes,' Dakota Access Pipeline, and Enbridge Line 3. View the video on Facebook, on the pages of Standing Rock Youth Council and Cheyenne River Grassroots Collective: https://m.facebook.com/StandingRockYouthCouncil/ and https://m.facebook.com/CRGrassrootsCollective/
A news search shows that the media in France, Latin America, Germany, Iran, and Russia provided good coverage of the Native youth actions in DC to shut down pipelines -- while the U.S. mainstream media remains sleeping.
Native youths began the actions in Washington on Thursday by running to the White House and locking down to tripods outside the White House.
With a large crowd joining them, they delivered more than 400,000 petitions to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to shut down the Dakota Access and Enbridge Line 3 pipelines, and rallied outside.
Lakota and Dakota youths traveled from Standing Rock and Cheyenne River Nations in North Dakota and South Dakota, and Anishinaabe youths came from Minnesota, to lead the actions.
A news search shows the media in France, Latin America Germany, Iran, and Russia provided coverage of the actions on Thursday. It seems the mainstream U.S. media remains in hiding.
Jen Deerinwater at Truthout provides coverage of Waniya Locke, Dine', Lakota, Nakota, and Anishinaabe, who locked down to a tripod near the White House, at Black Lives Matter Plaza.
Deerinwater also interviewed Danny Grassrope, Lower Brule Lakota from South Dakota, on consent and Indigenous rights. Read more: https://truthout.org/articles/build-back-fossil-free-indigenous-youth-rally-to-demand-biden-stop-pipelines/
La Prensa Latina describes the threat of the Enbridge Line 3 Pipeline. The pipeline under construction would carry crude oil from Alberta, Canada, through Anishinaabe lands in Minnesota.
Meanwhile, in Washington, Native youths ran for the water.
"All pipelines break," Native youths said, as they stood in defense of the water.
"Water is Life, Mni Wiconi," said Native youths, marching with the black snake in the streets of DC.
They resounded the defense of Water Protectors at Standing Rock in North Dakota, defending the Missouri River, and the drinking water for the masses, from Dakota Access Pipeline.
At Cheyenne River in South Dakota, Lakotas continue to monitor the construction area of the Keystone XL pipeline, whose permit was canceled by President Biden.
"You can't trespass on stolen land," said Jasilyn Charger, Cheyenne River Lakota, in RT's coverage. Charger, and Oscar High Elk, face charges for protecting the land and water in their homeland.
The global coverage of the action of the Native youth in DC, killing the black snake, includes coverage in Tehran, Iran.
While Russia's RT, and La Prensa Latina, provided immediate coverage -- the U.S. mainstream media seems to be sleeping. Read the coverage in Tehran by Fars News Agency
There's new video coverage of the Native youths in DC killing the black snake now streaming by Ruptly, the Russian news agency in Berlin, Germany. On LiveTube: https://youtu.be/M0zCPm5SADA
France 24 is covering the Native youths killing the black snake in DC, adding to the global coverage in Latin America, Russia, Germany, and Iran. Here's a view of the coverage:Photos below courtesy Standing Rock Youth Council
|Photos courtesy Standing Rock Youth Council|
Read more in the news:
La Prensa Latina
Thursday, April 1, 2021
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|Native youths marching to Black Lives Matter Plaza in DC: Shouting out to Biden: Shut Down Dakota Access Pipeline and Enbridge Line 3.|
|Indigenous youths rallied outside the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers building in Washington DC this morning and marched to Black Lives Matter Plaza at 1 pm, April 1, 2021.|
|Native youths delivered more than 400,000 petitions to the US Corps of Engineers this morning in DC to shut down Dakota Access Pipeline and Enbridge Line 3.|
Washington DC photos courtesy Standing Rock Youth Council
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Indigenous youths delivered more than 400,000 petitions to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers this morning to shut down Dakota Access Pipeline and Enbridge Line 3. After holding a rally outside the building, the youths are marching to Black Lives Matter Plaza at 1 pm, April 1, 2021. Live now.
|Photo by Cheyenne River Grassroots Collective|
Cheyenne River Lakota Grassroots Youths from South Dakota, said, "We came to D.C. to demand
Joe Biden#ShutDownDAPLand #StopLine3.
We are taking action to make sure our voices are heard. Indigenous peoples did not consent to these pipelines. We know that Biden must #BuildBackFossilFree for the land, the sky and the water."
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|Photos in Washington courtesy Standing Rock Youth Council|
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