August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Thursday, October 14, 2021

Fifty-five Water Protectors Arrested Occupying Bureau of Indian Affairs in Washington

                         
Fifty-five Water Protectors Arrested Occupying BIA in Washington Today

Photos by Jennifer Falcon



About half of the group occupying the BIA in Washington have been taken out by police. -- Jennifer Falcon on Twitter, 2:15 pm, Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021

Watch video by Jennifer Falcon on Twitter
More video on Twitter from inside Occupied BIA: 
People vs. Fossil Fuels, Day 4 of Action in Washington
NOW! Outside Interior where about 50 people are occupying the BIA. Resist Line 3 said, "BREAKING: cops are brutally shoving pipeline activists at the Department of Interior - where Sec. Deb Haaland refuses to use her power to Stop Line3."
Five minutes ago: Jennifer K. Falcon on Twitter:
"Police have given their first warning inside the Bureau of Indian Affairs as over fifty water protectors have occupied the building demanding JoeBiden take immediate action on climate change and #stopline3" Oct. 14, 1:20 pm in Washington.NOW! "More Indigenous leaders and their allies have breached the Bureau of Indian Affairs. There are over 50 people occupying the building now." -- Jennifer Falcon on Twitter, the noon hour in Washington on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021.


 



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