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YES! Magazine: Native birthing center maintains tribal traditionsFiled Under: Health | National
YES! Magazine: Native birthing center maintains tribal traditions (May 24, 2017)
A birthing center opening next year in New Mexico will provide a safe place for women and their traditions.
James Trimarco: Contact the banks funding Keystone and DAPLFiled Under: Business | Environment | National
James Trimarco: Contact the banks funding Keystone and DAPL (May 15, 2017)
We hunted down the names of CEOs and their contact information for you. Here’s what to say.
YES! Magazine: Stopping the flow of dollars to the Keystone XL PipelineFiled Under: Business | Environment | National
YES! Magazine: Stopping the flow of dollars to the Keystone XL Pipeline (May 11, 2017)
A coalition of Indigenous leaders and other climate activists took over 12 JP Morgan Chase branches in Seattle, Washington, for a day of protest against the financing of tar sands projects
YES! Magazine: Ponca Tribe starts 273-mile march on trail of tearsFiled Under: Environment | National | Politics
YES! Magazine: Ponca Tribe starts 273-mile march on trail of tears (May 1, 2017)
A unique alliance among tribes, ranchers, and other landowners in Nebraska regroups to resist fossil fuel development like the Keystone XL.
Doug Pibel: New film teaches us about value of indigenous seedsFiled Under: Arts & Entertainment | Environment
Doug Pibel: New film teaches us about value of indigenous seeds (April 26, 2017)
Watch this movie to get inspired about saving seeds. And then do it.
Karuk Tribe brings traditional science to federal land managementFiled Under: Environment | National
Karuk Tribe brings traditional science to federal land management (April 6, 2017)
The Karuk were once denied the right to practice an ancient tradition. Now scientific and resource management circles are seeing the merits of controlled burning.
Native reporter Jenni Monet wins award for work at Standing RockFiled Under: National
Native reporter Jenni Monet wins award for work at Standing Rock (April 6, 2017)
'At their heart, her stories were about the religious freedom, sovereignty, and human rights sought by Indigenous people everywhere.'
Sarah Van Gelder: Huge bank divests from Dakota Access PipelineFiled Under: Business | National | World
Sarah Van Gelder: Huge bank divests from Dakota Access Pipeline (March 27, 2017)
Last month, bank officials met face to face with leaders of the Standing Rock Sioux, and this week they announced the bank had sold the loan at the request of tribal leaders.
Tristan Ahtone: 'Rez accents' are strengthening Native identitiesFiled Under: Education | National
Tristan Ahtone: 'Rez accents' are strengthening Native identities (March 7, 2017)
Research shows that ethnic identity is shaped not only by the loss—and revitalization—of mother tongues but also by the remixing of English.
Jenni Monet: Tribes continue legal fight as #NoDAPL camps are evictedFiled Under: Environment | Law | National | Politics
Jenni Monet: Tribes continue legal fight as #NoDAPL camps are evicted (February 27, 2017)
'This isn’t the end by any means. This is the spark. The whole world is waking up now.'
Mark Trahant: The story of Standing Rock won't be going awayFiled Under: Environment | Opinion
Mark Trahant: The story of Standing Rock won't be going away (February 27, 2017)
The Dakota Access pipeline is set and oil will flow. But this is not the only fight about water, and Standing Rock is only one chapter somewhere in the middle of a long story.
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: In defense of Native journalist Jenni MonetFiled Under: Law | Opinion
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: In defense of Native journalist Jenni Monet (February 8, 2017)
If you’ve valued YES! Magazine's Standing Rock coverage, tell the Morton County State’s Attorney to drop all charges against Jenni Monet.
J. Gabriel Ware and James Trimarco: City of Seattle breaks with bank over Dakota Access Pipeline financingFiled Under: Business | Environment | National
J. Gabriel Ware and James Trimarco: City of Seattle breaks with bank over Dakota Access Pipeline financing (February 8, 2017)
The movement to stop the controversial Dakota Access pipeline through financial activism took an important step forward.
Frances Madeson: More tribes are joining the #DefundDAPL movementFiled Under: Business | Environment | National
Frances Madeson: More tribes are joining the #DefundDAPL movement (February 3, 2017)
The Navajo Nation is making moves to join a growing number of tribes that have already respectfully, but conclusively, shown Wells Fargo the door.
Winona LaDuke: Tribes emboldened by resistance at Standing RockFiled Under: Canada | Environment | National
Winona LaDuke: Tribes emboldened by resistance at Standing Rock (February 1, 2017)
The surge of formal opposition to tar sands and fracked oil pipelines shows how Standing Rock resistance has emboldened Great Lakes tribes.
James Trimarco: Banks agree to talk to Standing Rock Sioux TribeFiled Under: Business | National | Politics
James Trimarco: Banks agree to talk to Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (January 30, 2017)
Seven banks—including Wells Fargo, TD Bank, and Citibank—will meet with Standing Rock Sioux leaders after months of intense defund-DAPL pressure.
Jake Tracy: Send in your comments on the Dakota Access PipelineFiled Under: Environment | National | Politics
Jake Tracy: Send in your comments on the Dakota Access Pipeline (January 26, 2017)
Things look bleak, but it’s unclear whether President Donald Trump’s Dakota Access order will actually have any effect.
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: Some vow to stay at #NoDAPL camp siteFiled Under: Environment | National | Politics
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: Some vow to stay at #NoDAPL camp site (January 26, 2017)
It’s been months of freezing cold and dark days at the Standing Rock encampments on the North Dakota plains.
Stephanie Woodard: The never-ending Indian wars continue across the nationFiled Under: Environment | National | Politics
Stephanie Woodard: The never-ending Indian wars continue across the nation (January 25, 2017)
The drama and injustice on display at Standing Rock have taught a new generation of observers what Native Americans already know.
Jacqueline Keeler: New monument marks victory for tribal sitesFiled Under: Environment | National
Jacqueline Keeler: New monument marks victory for tribal sites (January 10, 2017)
By permanently protecting an area rich in indigenous cultural history, Obama has shown that some things are worth more than money.
Tristan Ahtone: Cherokee Nation entitled to delegate in CongressFiled Under: National | Politics
Tristan Ahtone: Cherokee Nation entitled to delegate in Congress (January 6, 2017)
To deal with a Trump administration, the tribal nation might now want to use that 200-year-old treaty right.
Desiree Kane: Photos from seven months of living at Standing RockFiled Under: Environment | National
Desiree Kane: Photos from seven months of living at Standing Rock (January 2, 2017)
The life that we have built here has taught many how to live a large-scale sustainable, decolonized, anticapitalist lifestyle
Mark Trahant: Standing Rock prepared us for the Donald Trump eraFiled Under: Opinion
Mark Trahant: Standing Rock prepared us for the Donald Trump era (January 2, 2017)
Continuing to shrink our oil consumption is one way to challenge the oil uber alles mentality of the Trump administration.
Sarah van Gelder: Why veterans asked for forgiveness at Standing RockFiled Under: National
Sarah van Gelder: Why veterans asked for forgiveness at Standing Rock (December 21, 2016)
Perhaps 4,000 veterans joining thousands of Native water protectors and their allies was just too much.
Gabriel Furshong: Little Shell Chippewa Tribe still waiting for federal recognitionFiled Under: National | Politics | Federal Recognition
Gabriel Furshong: Little Shell Chippewa Tribe still waiting for federal recognition (December 20, 2016)
Federal recognition offers financial help, and those tribes without it have 'second-class status in Indian Country' and remain vulnerable to local authorities.
Michael Running Wolf: #NoDAPL kitchen serves traditional foodsFiled Under: Health | National
Michael Running Wolf: #NoDAPL kitchen serves traditional foods (December 20, 2016)
The landscape of these indigenous-led kitchens that feed thousands of water protectors is dynamic, much like the ad hoc camps that depend upon them.
Ari Paul: City takes steps to divest $3B from Dakota Access bankFiled Under: Business | Environment | National
Ari Paul: City takes steps to divest $3B from Dakota Access bank (December 16, 2016)
Over the past few months activists opposed to the Dakota Access pipeline have ramped up pressure on the company’s financiers.
Matt Stannard: Public bank helps silence the #NoDAPL movementFiled Under: Law | Opinion
Matt Stannard: Public bank helps silence the #NoDAPL movement (December 15, 2016)
The nation’s only state bank was created to empower small farmers and local economies, but now it’s being used to silence indigenous people with militarized force.
Sarah van Gelder: How the Standing Rock movement changed usFiled Under: Environment | Opinion
Sarah van Gelder: How the Standing Rock movement changed us (December 12, 2016)
As we work toward a post-fossil fuel society, we can look to these lessons from the Sioux.
Michael Dax: Blackfeet Nation scores victory in sacred land fightFiled Under: Business | Environment | National | Politics
Michael Dax: Blackfeet Nation scores victory in sacred land fight (December 12, 2016)
After 35 years of fighting for the cancellation of nearly 50 oil and gas leases, Montana’s Blackfeet tribe scored an unexpected victory when Devon Energy voluntarily backed out of their claims.
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: The numbers behind Standing Rock's victoryFiled Under: Environment | National | Politics
Tracy Loeffelholz Dunn: The numbers behind Standing Rock's victory (December 6, 2016)
The Department of the Army will not approve an easement that would allow the proposed Dakota Access pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe in North Dakota.
Kelly Hayes: My whole heart is with the #NoDAPL water protectorsFiled Under: Opinion
Kelly Hayes: My whole heart is with the #NoDAPL water protectors (November 30, 2016)
We have survived the rise of a nation-state—a 'super power'—grounded in our genocide.
Jenni Monet: Public outrage mounts over #NoDAPL crackdownsFiled Under: Law | National
Jenni Monet: Public outrage mounts over #NoDAPL crackdowns (November 28, 2016)
North Dakota is stretched thin in its battle to protect the Dakota Access pipeline construction.
Tom Goldtooth and Annie Leonard: President Barack Obama can stop the Dakota Access PipelineFiled Under: Environment | Opinion | Politics
Tom Goldtooth and Annie Leonard: President Barack Obama can stop the Dakota Access Pipeline (November 21, 2016)
With Donald Trump’s presidency on the horizon, it is now more important than ever for President Obama to stop the $3.7 billion Dakota Access pipeline.
Mark Trahant: Time is on the side of the Standing Rock Sioux TribeFiled Under: Environment | Law | Opinion | Politics
Mark Trahant: Time is on the side of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (November 18, 2016)
A week ago, I was pessimistic about the Dakota Access pipeline and the Standing Rock Sioux tribe’s attempt to block its construction on treaty lands near the reservation.
Sarah van Gelder: Standing Rock Sioux chairman on a President TrumpFiled Under: Environment | National | Politics
Sarah van Gelder: Standing Rock Sioux chairman on a President Trump (November 14, 2016)
Construction of the Dakota Access pipeline has reached within a mile of the Missouri River, according to drone operators monitoring the work.
Cedar Wilkie Gillette: We can all support the #NoDAPL movementFiled Under: Business | Environment | Opinion
Cedar Wilkie Gillette: We can all support the #NoDAPL movement (November 14, 2016)
The fracking industry and its creditors, those banks, may not have much regard for water or human rights, but they do care about money
Jenni Monet: What the Trump victory means for Standing RockFiled Under: Environment | Opinion | Politics
Jenni Monet: What the Trump victory means for Standing Rock (November 10, 2016)
The Sioux tribe is facing a pro-oil president-elect with personal investments riding on the completion of the Dakota Access pipeline.

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