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The Maori just took Standing Rock solidarity up a notch with their viral war dance.  This is the time for war cries.

The Maori just took Standing Rock solidarity up a notch with their viral war dance.

This is the time for war cries. The Maori just took Standing Rock solidarity up a notch with their viral war dance.

WATCH AND SHARE: The fight to stop the Dakota Access pipeline #NoDAPL – CREDO…

WATCH AND SHARE: The fight to stop the Dakota Access pipeline – please sign the petition attached to video.

It is unnerving and instructive to be in a place where you are welcome, but have no social capital...the Pipeline Fight looms, but the spirit of the camp is one of a growing gathering...The flow of the camp is focused on the cyclical, ceremonial rhythm of welcoming its brethren. That was the important work.

Stand in Solidarity Against the Dakota Access Pipeline - Dakota Access Pipeline protest

Indigenous Beats: Art of the DAPL Resistance – DOWN Magazine

Art by Erica Pretty Eagle Moore “Created this to bring awareness to Share and Repost!

#NoDAPL  Jill Stein & Ajamu Baraka stand with you! #SteinBaraka jill2016.com

fuckyeahanarchistposters: “ Stand with the Standing Rock Sioux and the many other Native and non Native allies who are blocking the Dakota Access Pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. Blockadia is the front lines of the climate justice movement.

Chase Iron Eyes – Firsthand Account Of Dakota Pipeline Protests | Redacted Tonight | Published Sep 16, 2016 | https://youtu.be/-ad-zdNNCnU | "Chase Iron Eyes, a candidate for Congress, was also one of the Standing Rock Sioux fighting against the Dakota Access Pipeline. He gives his account of the horrible treatment of protesters at the pipeline and talks about his run for Congress." Click to watch and share video (8:32).

Chase Iron Eyes, a candidate for Congress, was also one of the Standing Rock Sioux fighting against the Dakota Access Pipeline.

"The pipeline company has an army backed by state power to do its bidding. The water has its scrappy protectors. It’s time we put the latter on the map."

The Dakota Access Pipeline Map Everyone Should See

map, showing the originally proposed route, crossing north of Bismarck, and the current route through the Native American reservations.

Sustainable Practices Infographic. what is our impact on this world? Fair Trade makes a difference!

Sustainable Practices Infographic that fits with Trade as One's approach of "Live Simply, Give Generously, Buy Ethically"

Veterans from the United States for America are arriving at standing rock

America are arriving at standing rock To defend the voices of the voiceless Good day to the citizens of this world, With Plans to Demonstrate in multiple cit.

North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux aren’t backing down to oil pipeline developers  by Sarah Aziza, Waging Nonviolence, August 12, 2016 On Thursday, nonviolent protesters outside North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux reservation entered their second day of confrontation with private security and local law enforcement. Armed with drums, tribal flags, and cell phones, demonstrators moved to block the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, a $3.7 billion dollar crude-

North Dakota’s Standing Rock Sioux aren’t backing down to oil pipeline developers

Arrests Continue a Mile from Standing Rock Indian Reservation as 250 American Indians Protest Pipeline - Native News Online

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Mni Wiconi features water protectors from the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and allies trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline - DAPL.

National Lawyers Guild: We Stand in Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against Dakota Access Pipeline | YubaNet

National Lawyers Guild: We Stand in Solidarity with Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against Dakota Access Pipeline

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Supporting Standing Rock in Juneau: Tlingit, Haida and Tsimshian Sing, Dance, Drum

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