Indianz.Com - 'Whereabouts unknown' - November 21, 2017
Manape LaMere at the Wiconi Un Tipi Camp in South Dakota. Photo by Kevin Abourezk
Water protectors are putting down roots at the Wiconi Un Tipi Camp on the Lower Brule Sioux Reservation as tribes and tribal activists await a critical decision on the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline.
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1. Wiconi Un Tipi Camp rises to fight back against another controversial pipeline
2. Cronkite News: Domestic violence remains a deadly probably for Native people
3. Harold Frazier: Don't believe them when they tell you their pipelines won't spill
4. Rep. Tom Cole: Tribes are improving the lives of their people and their neighbors
5. FBI offers reward in case of man from Crow Tribe who went missing four years ago

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