When opposition to the Dakota Access pipeline galvanized the support of hundreds of US tribes, it became an unprecedented show of Indian Country unity and resolve. Now, it’s a global indigenous movement.

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As if the U.S. didn’t steal enough Native American land already, now it wants to take thousands of acres and hand them over to greedy oil giants.

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Loggers arriving at cut block A87125 in the forest above Roberts Creek Monday morning were greeted by a flaming log blockade across the access road.

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They came all the way from the Amazon to stand with Standing Rock. The Sarayaku have successfully resisted Big Oil and they’ve come to extend their solidarity in this fight to defeat the #dapl. Their delegation met yesterday with Tribal Chairman Dave Archambault. Video produced by Indigenous Environmental Network in collaboration withAmazon Watch Shout out […]

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  Documents raise questions about negotiations between Enbridge and Haida hereditary chiefs Haida clan strips chiefs of titles for support enbridge pipeline Haida clan strips titles from two hereditary chiefs for supporting Northern Gateway pipeline

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Fish Farm Eviction Notice from the Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw The Musgamagw Dzawada’enuxw in collaboration with Sea Shepherd and Alexandra Morton call for your support as we, in assertion of our indigenous rights, deliver a message to remove fish farms from our traditional territories to the governments of British Columbia and Canada. For more information to to […]

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In a powerful interview, Winona LaDuke links historic oil extraction on tribal land to intergenerational trauma among Native Americans: “90 percent of my community, generally, I would say, is just trying to survive.” Video from Democracy Now

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