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Compiled #NoDAPL news videos and articles
Media articles, videos, photos, blogs, on Standing Rock #NoDAPL - No Dakota Access Pipeline - for December, 2016 (Dec. 4th on....) . This needs some cleaning up, but it's here in the meantime, compiled by a wonderful devoted volunteer.
Lawyers for Energy Transfer Partners asked U.S. District Judge James Boasberg for an expedited ruling late Monday that would allow the company to complete the project. The delays have already cost the company $450 million, the company said in court papers filed in U.S. District Court in Washington, DC. A hearing in the case is scheduled for Friday morning in Washington, D.C.
Dakota woman protector LeeAnn Eastman, speaks "and this is why I am choosing to sacrifice" “gaining back courage and pride” https://vimeo.com/194188264 ******Oceti Sakowin Camp******: values of people is coming back
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 By Brandon Ecoffey Lakota Country Times Editor Lakota Country Times: North Dakota county sheriff sued for excessive force
Rosalyn R. LaPier The Conversation Visiting Assistant Professor of Women's Studies, Environmental Studies and Native American Religion, Harvard University Dec 6 How Standing Rock became site of Pilgrimage
KCAW Alaska Robert Woolsey Dec 13 Black Lives Matter support Video Sitka-based filmmaker Emmett Williams just spent ten days at the camp working on short profiles of some of the people supporting the Sioux Nation in its protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. His final short film is called “This is Where We Stand: The Allies,” and features Katie Petitt from the National Black Lives Matter organization.