Filmmaker Josh Fox interviews North Dakota water protectors.
Published on Feb 9, 2017
The US Army Corp of Engineers has granted the final easement to Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the Dakota Access Pipeline. But are the Native American Nations willing to give up on the fight? Filmmaker Josh Fox, who has covered the story at Standing Rock, joins “News With Ed” to discuss this and more.
In this video, water protectors protest a press conference.
Published on Jun 29, 2017
Bawating Water Protectors
In this video, DAPL water protectors speak on the never ending fight and not giving up.
Published on Feb 23, 2017
democracynow.org – In North Dakota, the main resistance camp set up by Lakota water protectors fighting the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline has been largely vacated after protesters were ordered to leave the camp on Wednesday.
Here is an older video of wild buffalo appearing out of nowhere during the protest at Standing Rock. Water protectors they are indeed.
Published on Oct 29, 2016
Buffalo appear at standing rock amidst the ongoing protest against North Dakota Pipeline. Native indian Indegenous people and activists were highly encouraged after wild Buffalo herd sighting.
Here is a powerful message for the oppressors of Water Protectors.
Published on Nov 26, 2016
On the latest episode of Aggressive Progressives Jimmy Dore and Steve Oh discuss what it was like during the brutal police attack on the Standing Rock water protectors.
The private Mercenary group tasked with opposing the Water Protectors have spoken some very unkind and mean things lately. This is via Democracy Now.
An explosive new investigation by The Intercept reveals how international private security firm TigerSwan targeted Dakota Access water protectors with military-style counterterrorism measures. TigerSwan began as a U.S. military and State Department contractor. It was hired by Energy Transfer Partners, the company behind the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. The investigation is based on leaked internal documents, which show how TigerSwan collaborated closely with law enforcement agencies to surveil and target the nonviolent indigenous-led movement. In the documents, TigerSwan also repeatedly calls the water protectors "insurgents" and the movement an "ideologically driven insurgency." We are joined by Alleen Brown, reporter with The Intercept and co-author of their story, "Leaked Documents Reveal Counterterrorism Tactics Used at Standing Rock to Defeat Pipeline Insurgencies," and by Tara Houska, national campaigns director for Honor the Earth. She is Ojibwe from Couchiching First Nation.
Here is a piece from the New York Times from late 2016, outlining what happened at Standing Rock and the jobs of the Water Protectors.
For most of this past week, a winter storm has lashed at the North Dakota prairie camp where the Standing Rock Sioux are making a stand to keep an oil pipeline away from water that is a source of life for them.
The sight of native people shivering in a blizzard, while government authorities threaten to starve them out or forcefully remove them, is a living diorama of so much awful history between the First Americans and those who took everything from them.
An important, yet sad moment in history. Here is a video of the arrest of Water Protectors.
Published on Feb 22, 2017
One water protector, Eric Poemz, was streaming live video of the faceoff with police. As he attempted to run from the police line, he injured his hip and was taken into a police car shortly after.
The title says it best. Sen. Franken was also advocating for the rights of Water Protectors.
Sen. Al Franken urged the Department of Justice to take action to protect the safety and First Amendment rights of Dakota Access Pipeline protestors following reports that law enforcement used water cannons for crowd control in sub-freezing temperatures.
In a letter sent today to the Department of Justice (DOJ), Sen. Franken said that he is extremely concerned after hearing reports of dangerous clashes between police and individuals protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline project near Cannon Ball, ND, and said the use of water cannons for crowd control in sub-freezing temperatures is excessive, unnecessary, and extremely dangerous.