Native Activist to Plea 'Necessity Defense' on #NoDAPL Felony Riot Charge
Standing Rock Sioux tribe member Chase Iron Eyes will argue that the Dakota Access Pipeline’s negative impact on Native communities justified his actions during the protests.
Dakota Access Pipeline Owner Sues Greenpeace, Alleges It Engaged in Organized Crime During #NoDAPL Campaign
Linda Black Elk: “The racist overtones of this lawsuit are nauseating and have potentially catastrophic impacts to the future of Native American tribal sovereignty.”
Company Behind DAPL Removes Private Security Firm From Site
Energy Transfer Partners spokesperson: “We continue to have security measures in place in North Dakota, just no longer need boots on the ground.”
UPDATE: Judge Likely to Make Decision on DAPL Operations in September
A U.S. District Court judge will hear arguments from both sides throughout the summer.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Gains Ground in Dakota Access Court Case
The Army Corps of Engineers did not “adequately consider the impacts of an oil spill on fishing rights, hunting rights or environmental justice,” per the court order.
Report Claims the Company Behind DAPL Tried to Sabotage the Movement
The Dakota Access Pipeline developer used counterterrorism tactics to monitor and surveil pipeline protestors, says a new investigative article.
ICYMI: North Dakota Court Closes 47 Cases Relating to DAPL Protests
However, no felony charges were dropped.
This 'Fixed' Pepsi Ad Shows How #NoDAPL Water Protectors Would Have Directed It
There’s no celebrity with a soda can, but plenty of honest images of what can happen during a protest.
Senators Ask Army Corps for Documentation on Dakota Access Pipeline Environmental Reviews
They worry that the now-completed project lacked proper governmental oversight.
A French Bank Is Latest to Divest from Dakota Access Pipeline Project
Oil may be flowing through DAPL, but some investors are still taking steps against it.
WATCH: This Documentary on Standing Rock Will Premiere at Tribeca Film Festival
The filmmakers will also make it available online April 22.
Water Protector Denies Claims That DAPL Workers Have Been Threatened
“They haven’t been attacked,” says Joye Braun of the Indigenous Environmental Network. “We have.”
Oil Scheduled To Start Flowing Through DAPL This Week
The pipeline will be able to carry the substance from North Dakota to Illinois.
15 Beautiful Moments From Native Nations Rise [PHOTOS]
Thousands of Indigenous people and allies descended on Washington, D.C., last week for the three-day Native Nations Rise convening and mass march. Photographer and digital storyteller Ayşe Gürsöz captured the whole thing.
Judge Denies Tribal Request to Halt DAPL on Religious Claims
The developer says oil may start flowing in the pipeline as soon as March 13.
Native People and Allies in D.C. to Launch Week of Anti-DAPL Actions
The week kicks off with open mic and cultural arts events to lead up to the march Friday, March 10.
What 4 Indigenous Women Have to Say About Standing Rock's Ongoing Fight
Authorities are clearing out the Oceti Sakowin Camp, though water protectors remain. What does the end of the largest camp mean for the movement?
Police Move in on Water Protectors Who Remain at Standing Rock
Officers have reportedly arrested six people.
Water Protectors at Standing Rock Camps Face Eviction in 24 Hours
Women at the camps have issued a final call to all media, activists and allies to stand with them.
Water Protectors Call on Women to Join Them at Standing Rock This Weekend
“As care takers of Unci Maka (Mother Earth) and Life-givers we hold a responsibility to secure the future for our children and the next seven generations to come.”