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Food security, traditional agriculture, and local self-reliance are key to regenerative societies of the future.
The 13 citizens, a group that includes LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, are seeking to add President Donald Trump to the ongoing case.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe is no longer willing to accept Sacred Stone, the original #NoDAPL encampment.
The fight over the Dakota Access Pipeline is entering a crucial phase as tribes and their citizens place their faith in a system of justice that hasn't always addressed their concerns.
How powerful could we be if we agree to stand our ground on our treaty land where we have laid thousands of prayers?
Massive dams, sprawling highways, poisonous mines, radioactive nuclear facilities, dangerous military ranges and other developments have been imposed on tribes by Washington.
The largest #NoDAPL encampment is making plans to leave North Dakota as the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe focuses on the legal and political fight against the controversial project.
A huge legal, political and public relations challenge will be facing Vincent Viola as Secretary of the Army.
The arrival of Republican Donald Trump and extreme weather in North Dakota are affecting developments in the #NoDAPL movement.
With Republican Donald Trump headed to the White House, Native women led a huge demonstration in the nation's capital, calling for an end to the controversial project.
'From the beginning, we at Standing Rock gathered in a spirit of prayer and non-violent resistance to the destruction of our homeland and culture.'
The land near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, will be offered to those who want a more permanent place to stay, Chairman Dave Archambault II said.
Rep. Kevin Cramer (R-North Dakota) has a rocky relationship with Indian Country.
Amy Goodman of Democracy Now! speaks to LaDonna Brave Bull Allard, a co-founder of the Sacred Stone Camp, about the #NoDAPL movement.
Work crews moved in barely a day after the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe disclosed several significant cultural sites in the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
We are the river, and the river is us. We have no choice but to stand up.
Marcellus Red Tomahawk was the first elected chairman of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
Indian Country is gearing up a major fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline.