Features Sep 27, 2016 at 4:00 am

How the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Stood Up to Big Oil and Built a New Activist Movement

Lee Ann Eastman, of the Sisseton Wahpeton tribe, came to Sacred Stone Camp on the plains of North Dakota for what she thought was just going to be a weekend. She’s now been there for nearly two months. The Stranger


I second that thanks you, and way to go, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe! Don't ever back down.
Sweet. Now all that oil will pass right through my neighborhood on way, way, way more dangerous trains.
Just yesterday (11/28) afternoon the police made a big move. Surrounding the protestors with shotgun armed police and national guard.Many of the Protectors are elders and children this did not stop the police from dropping tear gas and using excessive force on the peaceful protectors. Still no coverage on the Standing Rock situation by mainstream media.


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