Jan 21, 2021 · 'No more broken treaties':indigenous leaders urge Biden to shut down Dakota Access pipeline Tribes and environmentalists hail decision to cancel Keystone XL pipeline but call on president to go
2016:How Dakota Pipeline Protest Became a Native Dec 27, 2016 · The year 2016 may become a turning point for Native American leadership in environmental activism, as a once-small protest over a little-known pipeline in rural North Dakota captured the
Feb 09, 2021 · Native American protesters and supporters are confronted by security during a demonstration against the Dakota Access pipeline near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, on 3 September 2016.
Native American Tribe Fights Pilgrim Pipeline Plan in New Dec 26, 2016 · A potentially huge protest is shaping up against an oil pipeline through New York and New Jersey, just weeks after Native Americans won a victory over a pipeline in North Dakota.
Native Americans protest Dakota Access oil pipeline Aug 31, 2016 · Native Americans protest Dakota Access oil pipeline. An encampment in North Dakota near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation tries to halt construction on environmental grounds.
Aug 28, 2016 · Native Americans from reservations across the United States joined Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's protest against 1,100-mile, $3.8 billion four-state oil pipeline.
North Dakota pipeline protest ReutersA car is seen buried in snow at the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp near Cannon Ball, North Dakota. At one point, nearly 10,000 people had flocked to federal land in North Dakota
Oil Pipeline Blocked in North Dakota by Native Americans On Aug. 10, 2016, a coalition of Native American tribes and other activists began a blockade of the Dakota Access oil pipeline in North Dakota in an effort to stop its construction. The pipeline, Dakota Access is being built by Energy Transfer Partners and, if completed, will run 1,172 miles from the North Dakota Bakken oil fields to Patoka, Illinois. It is estimated the pipeline
Sep 06, 2016 · The New Yorker reported that the pipeline was originally supposed to cross the Missouri River near Bismarck, but it was moved over concerns that an oil spill at that location would have wrecked the state capital's drinking water.The Standing Rock Sioux oppose the construction of the pipeline on the grounds that an oil spill would threaten their water supply
What to Know About the Dakota Access Pipeline ProtestsOct 28, 2016 · The pipeline is to be built by Texas-based Energy Transfer Partners and is designed to transport as many as 570,000 barrels of crude oil daily from North Dakota to Illinois. The pipeline would be Native American Protesters Halt Pipeline Construction Near Jan 16, 2017 · A growing protest led by hundreds of Native Americans stopped construction of an oil pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota on Tuesday. Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier of Morton County ordered the workers to stop on builder Dakota Access pipeline after protesters surged into the construction zone, the Bismarck Tribune reported.