Standing Rock

Greenpeace activists deploy a banner on a construction crane near the White House reading "RESIST" on President Donald Trump's fifth day in office, January 25, 2017.

Activists in U.S. Cities Respond to Trump's Pipeline Orders

From Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., people hit the streets to denounce the administration’s decisions.

Native American riders listen at an interfaith ceremony at Oceti Sakowin Camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 4, 2016, outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

READ: Tribes Across the U.S. Continue Fighting Against Industry Interests

As Native people head to North Dakota in solidarity with #NoDAPL, many also face struggles at home.

Native American and other activists celebrate after learning an easement had been denied for the Dakota Access Pipeline at Oceti Sakowin Camp on the edge of the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation on December 4, 2016, outside Cannon Ball, North Dakota.

READ: Tribal Rights and Sovereignty Can Save the Climate Justice Movement Under Trump

The #NoDAPL battle at Standing Rock shows how Indigenous people are the cornerstone of a movement.

A map of where the pipeline will cut through in Suwannee County, Florida, where yesterday's arrests happened. The pipeline crosses over the Suwannee River in the map's northwest portion, seen above.

Direct Actions Against Pipeline in Florida Leads to 8 Arrests

Those arrested include two women who locked themselves to a construction truck.

Tina Johnson walks alongside Charlleen Charles, on horseback, and Ricky Mckenzie and Celine Desiree Jade Charles, with her fist raised as they make their way to Standing Rock, North Dakota, from Saskatchewan, Canada.

Canadian Native Youth Arrive at Standing Rock After Walking for Almost a Month

Buffalo greeted the youth as they arrived at the #NoDAPL camp site.

The Missouri River on July 24, 2013, in Williston, North Dakota. Opponents of the Dakota Access Pipeline worry that pipeline can spill into the river. Their worries have only increased with a separate pipeline spill just 150 miles away from Standing Rock.

75% of Pipeline Spill in North Dakota Entered Waterway

It is the largest release of crude oil since 2013.

Native person holds brown drum and wears black hat and multicolored top in front of other native peoples in multicolored clothing and attire against blue sky

Shaun King Launches 'Injustice Boycott' Against State Violence

The New York Daily News columnist launched the first phase of the boycott in San Francsco, New York City and Standing Rock.

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